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Did you know that June is National Adopt-A-Cat month? PAWS is celebrating by waiving adoption fees for all adult cats during the month of June. Celebrate with us by adopting a new feline friend, and the adoption fee is on us!


 Adopt an adult cat in June from PAWS, and you will be adding a wonderful new member to your family – like Albert. Albert came to PAWS with terrible mats in his fur, and much to his dismay the PAWS staff had to shave him! He’s been keeping warm by wearing a stylish sweater, but now that summer has arrived he is looking forward to shedding his outer wear and sunning in the window of his new forever home.


Adult cats make great companions for individuals, couples or families. Adult cats come in many shapes and sizes – some have the playful and curious nature of a kitten, others are lap cats and live off affection, and others still are independent and ready to give you some space. And perhaps best of all, they are all looking to becoming a part of a family.

Find Albert and other great cats like him at either PAWS location – PAWS in Lynnwood or Cat City in Seattle. All cats adopted from PAWS are vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed/neutered; and for the month of June, the adoption fee is waived! See all cats available for adoption.


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GREAT to see PAWS doing Fee-Waived adoptions! Here's hoping the kitties fly out the door! -- Sue Clement \ ASPCA

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