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June is National Adopt-A-Cat Month

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Did you know that June is National Adopt-A-Cat Month?  PAWS is celebrating by waiving the adoption fee on adult bonded pairs and senior cats, seven years and older.  We hope you’ll celebrate with us by welcoming a new feline into your family, and during the month of June adoption fees are on us!

LucyWe have many deserving cats in need of a good home, like 11-year-old Lucy.  Lucy was surrendered to PAWS because someone in her previous home developed allergies.  She was understandably a little nervous when she first arrived amongst all the new sights, smells and sounds.  But Lucy has since come out of her shell, and this loving, purring machine is looking for a home where she will get plenty of lap time and a nice big window for bird watching!

Adult cats make wonderful companions for any household.  Whether you are looking for a frisky, playful companion or a low-key lap cat, you’ll find the perfect pet at PAWS. And best of all, if you adopt a bonded pair or a senior kitty this month, we’ll waive the adoption fee!

Come meet Lucy and other great cats like her at PAWS during the month of June and bring home your own furry new friend.  

Love really IS free during Adopt-A-Cat Month at PAWS!

 

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I did not know that June was adopt a cat month. I myself adopted an adult cat who needed a home and it's great you are waiving the June fees.

We support National Cat adoption month by offering FREE examinations for all adopted Cats and Dogs. It is refreshing to see that other organizations are working to find homes for adult/senior cats. We work with a doggie rescue group that only rescues and finds homes for older pets. PAWS, good luck with your senior cat adoption program.

If you are prepared to welcome a pet into your home, why not double the fun by adopting both a cat and a dog? To successfully bring home both pets, the pairing has to be done in a slow and careful manner.

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