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Thursday, July 29, 2010

$50 adoption special - Saturday, July 31

We have lots and lots and lots of kittens looking for their forever homes.  We are holding three adoption events this Saturday, July 31st and the adoption fee is only $50.00.  That's about $300 worth of vet care for only $50.   

All cats have received the following medical:
  • Wellness exam
  • Tested for FeLV/FIV
  • Treated for intestinal parasites, fleas, and ear mites
  • FVRCP initial vaccination and booster vaccination
  • FeLV initial vaccination and booster vaccination
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Microchipped with Home Again microchips with shelter paid registration
Come see us and the kittens at one of the following events on Saturday, July 31, 2010:
  • PetSmart Capital Blvd/Millbrook (Raleigh) from 10:30 AM to 4:30 PM - we will be set up in front of the cat adoption center
  • PetSmart Garner Timber Drive from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM
  • PetSmart Knightdale from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM - we will be set up in front of the cat adoption center
Some of the cats/kittens attending the adoption events:
  • PetSmart Capital Blvd/Millbrook (Raleigh): Lee, Wrangler, Jordache, Jaga, YumYum, Hunter, Abby, Woody, Bo Peep, and Jesse
  • PetSmart Garner Timber Drive: Tigger Sue, Hawaii, California, Carolina, Sari, Snuggles, and Sneaky
  • PetSmart Knightdale: Oklahoma, Utah, Panthro, Kano, Tygra, Damien, Dora, Ditzy, Zena, and Ian


meowmeowmans said...

Good luck with all of the events!

Hopefully lots of potential adopters will realize what a great deal they are getting -- where else can you find a best friend for $50? :)

Alley Cats and Angels of North Carolina said...

Thanks Meowmeowmans. A lot of the local rescue groups have reduced their adoption fees so we kind of had to also. It's a big financial hit so we'll have to do some extra fundraising. The local SPCA has reduced their adoption fee to half-price through October so it's making it really hard for the small rescues to get cats adopted out. We don't have $2.5-3 Million in donations each year that they do so it's hard (in fact, most of the rescue groups in this area operate on 1/3-1/2 of the yearly salary of the SPCA Executive Director). But we will perservere and make it happen for the cats