Sonoma County Cat Special - $30 each
$30 CAT & KITTEN ADOPTION SPECIAL
EXTENDED THROUGH JULY 3, 2010
Even after a successful weekend of adoptions, Sonoma County Animal Shelter has more wonderful cats and kittens waiting to be adopted. We’ve extended the special adoption fee of $30 through Saturday, July 3, 2010. There are five locations throughout the county from which to adopt cats and kittens:
Sonoma County Animal Shelter - 1247 Century Ct., Santa Rosa (707) 565-7100
Western Farm Center - 21 W. 7th St., Santa Rosa (707) 545-0721
Animal Farm - 1425 Fulton Rd., Santa Rosa (707) 544-7387
49er Pets - 375 Southwest Blvd., Rohnert Park (707) 795-1242
Homegrown Pet Supply - 6119 Old Redwood Hwy., Windsor (707) 838-7387
The reduced adoption fee includes an examination by a veterinarian, feline viral testing, vaccinations, spay or neuter surgery, flea treatment, de-worming, microchip, collar, I.D. tag, and travel box. Photos of all adoptable cats and kittens are available at www.theanimalshelter.org.
According to Cathy Fenn, Shelter Supervisor at Sonoma County Animal Care & Control, “Thanks to those of you who made it out and adopted a cat or kitten into your family this past weekend. If you think you missed out, we have great news, the $30 adoption special has been extended to Saturday, July 3, 2010. There are more than 80 wonderful cats and kittens to choose from. Summer is a perfect time to adopt.”
Sonoma County Animal Care and Control is open Tuesday through Saturday, noon – 5:30 p.m. Adoptions can be processed until 4:30 p.m. daily. Sonoma County Animal Care and Control’s mission is to protect the health and safety of people and animals, investigate and prosecute animal cruelty, abuse and neglect cases, educate the public about responsible domestic animal ownership, rescue pet overpopulation through spay/neuter programs, provide a safe environment for animals in need and place adoptable animals into caring homes. Sonoma County Animal Care and Control enforces local, state, and federal laws pertaining to animals, and operates a full-service animal shelter serving more than 5,000 animals annually.
For more information, visit www.theanimalshelter.org or call 707-565-7100.
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