From a Homeward Pet News Release.
During the month of August, Homeward Pet Adoption Center is offering special adoption prices for all adult cats two years and up!
Stop by the shelter located at 13132 NE 177th Place in Woodinville, August 1st to 31st, and find a $9 furry feline for your family!
Warmer weather and longer days means kitten season has arrived. When kittens fill the shelter, adult cats often get overlooked.
Homeward Pet is reducing adoption prices for cats over two from $75 to $9 to make sure all of its fabulous felines find loving homes.
Homeward Pet has a wide range of cats ranging in age, size and “purrsonality!” For just $9 you can add some love into your life and rescue an animal in need.
“Adult cats are easier to care for and are perfect for working professionals, a busy family, a senior citizen or empty nester. They are more tolerant of kids and have established personalities. You’re more likely to know what kind of cat you’re taking home,” said Executive Director, Terri Inglis.
All Homeward Pet cats are given a full health exam by our staff veterinarian, are spayed/neutered, microchipped, de-wormed and provided vaccinations.
Every adoption includes a certificate for a free veterinary exam, 30 days’ free pet insurance and a free microchip registration.
This promotion was made possible by Bella’s Voice Thrift Store, a local nonprofit and longtime supporter of Homeward Pet.
About Homeward Pet
Homeward Pet Adoption Center is one of the leading non-profit, no-kill animal shelters in Washington State. Our mission is to give homeless animals a second chance through rescue, shelter and adoption. Since being founded in 1990, the shelter has matched over 26,000 animals with safe and loving forever families. With more than 350 volunteers, every cat and dog that comes to Homeward Pet receives an abundance of love, attention and care. For some animals that is more than they have ever known. Learn more at www.homewardpet.org.
About Bella’s Voice Thrift Store
Bella’s Voice Thrift Store is a 501c(3) nonprofit that works to raise money for local animal rescue organizations. It was founded in 2014 by Jordan and her mother, Evette and is named after their rescue cat, Bella. Homeward Pet is one of the thrift store’s beneficiaries and routinely receives proceeds to benefit the homeless animals at the shelter.