Humane Society Lowers Fee for Cats and Kitties
The Humane Society said it has decided to combat the feline overabundance by lowering the cost to adopt kittens and cats. Whereas it normally costs $80 to take home a kitten it has now been reduced to $50, and adoption fees for cats have been reduced from $50 to $15. For those who take home two cats, the second costs $10. All cats will be spayed or neutered if not already altered, vaccinated and microchipped. Adopters also receive a free veterinary exam and 30 days of free pet insurance.
Adoption hours for the Humane Society at 2121 St. Francis Lane in Vancouver, Wash., are noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The Humane
Society encourages you to help in any way you can including:
- Give a playful kitten or sophisticated adult cat a loving, permanent home and be rewarded with unconditional love.
- Spay or neuter your pets to prevent unwanted animals.
- Explain the importance of sterilization to your friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors.
- Help the Humane Society for Southwest Washington build a new home not only to shelter more animals, but also to provide them a healthier environment.
- Consider fostering a litter of kittens. Contact the foster coordinator to reserve space at the monthly Foster Orientations.