In this photo taken Saturday, Feb. 15, 2017, at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, an Afghan cat is seen in a garden decorated with colorful tiles and tiles, which she decorates.

Afghan cats are among the world’s most endangered animals, and experts say they need help to breed, reproduce and maintain their populations.

The United States is working to help the country find suitable places for their colonies to breed and care for young, and is also funding new shelters and shelters that can accommodate them, the State Department said in a statement Saturday.

In addition, the U:S.

has offered to train Afghan and foreign cat owners to care for their animals and help them establish their own kennels and feedlots, officials said.

Afghans in the United States can apply to have their cats adopted, the statement said.

The U.N. says the country’s feral cat population is nearly 400,000, and that there are more than 700,000 cats in shelters.

Many of them are living in tents or in cars, said Omar Faraj, a spokesman for the U.:S.

Mission to the United Nations in Kabul.

Faraj said he’s not aware of any new efforts by the U, the United Kingdom, the European Union and others to relocate cats to shelters.

Faraji said there are several factors that need to be addressed before cats can be relocated to a new location.

Farjan said that cats that live in overcrowded conditions are more likely to get sick and eventually die.

He said that’s why shelters need to provide enough food and water, as well as clean and dry shelters and areas for them to rest and for their owners to keep them company.

“This is a huge problem in the country,” Faraj told The Associated Press.

“It is a very dangerous situation.

Cats that are sick or injured are the most vulnerable, especially if they have no other place to go.”

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that the country will help with the relocation of animals to new homes.

May has also promised to make sure that cats are housed in suitable places, including a sanctuary, and she is working with Afghan government officials to ensure that cats living in the U., including in tents, are housed.

The government also is working on a plan to move the population of feral cats in the southern province of Kandahar and provide food, water and veterinary care, officials with the province told AP.

The province’s animal welfare department has said it has received more than 300,000 applications to have cats moved from their traditional homes to new shelters.

The number of cats is estimated at more than 2 million, but it’s difficult to verify that number because many of them aren’t being seen by people who live near their traditional home.

The new shelter, called the Ugham Khanat, is part of a rehabilitation program being built to provide free housing for cats in southern Afghanistan.

The project is part a $20 million project by the Afghan Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Urban Planning to provide shelter and veterinary services to the countrys feral cat populations.