The Ferndale Cat Shelter will be on site (inside the library’s Community Room) with adoptable cats and kittens from 12 to 3 pm.
This special opportunity to rescue an adorable kitty in need of a good home is tied in with the library’s hero-themed Summer Reading programming for children and adults.
Participants interested in adopting a cat will be given a chance to meet and get to know each animal, but to final approval for adoption requires a home visit. So, while no one can actually bring a cat home with them on this day, they can at least choose one lucky cat and initiate the adoption. Adoption fees for kittens under 6 months are $100 (and $60 for age 6 months to 5 years); that include spay/neutering service, vaccines, microchipping, de-worming, and the first three veterinary exams. Fees for cats older than 5 are only $40.
“Ferndale Cat Shelter: Saving the World, One Cat at a Time.” For more information, contact Deanne Lovan at the Shelter via email: firstname.lastname@example.org (or phone: 313-706-2169). There is no registration required for this event.
Phone: (248) 733-3554