Thursday, September 15, 2011

City's second Annual Feline Frenzy


Help us find homes for over 80 fantastic fuzzy felines. 

The City of Calgary's Animal & Bylaw Services is holding its second annual Feline Frenzy: a week-long event that provides a great opportunity to adopt a cuddly kitty companion. 
  
Feline Frenzy runs from Wednesday, September 14 to Wednesday, September 21 inclusive. The public can come to the Animal Services Centre and receive 50 per cent off the adoption fee for any cat six months of age or older.

The reduced adoption fee is $75 and includes spay/neuter surgery, a microchip, vet check, de-worming, the first set of vaccinations (excluding rabies), testing for feline leukemia and FIV and a free six month licence. The owner will also receive a free bag of pet food and adoption kit.

“Our main goal remains the same with this event.  We want to continue to increase awareness and have these wonderful cats out of cages and into permanent, forever homes,” said Bill Bruce, director of Animal & Bylaw Services.  “We hope the cat lovers out there will see this as a great time to adopt.”

Last year’s Feline Frenzy at the Animal Services Centre saw over 60 cats find loving, permanent homes.  “Events like this help us to get the word out that the Animal Services Centre is a great place to come when looking for a well-socialized, loveable cat or dog to adopt,” says Bruce. 

You are invited to visit the cats at the Animal Services Centre, 2201 Portland St. S.E., between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on weekdays or 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.   To view the cats Animal & Bylaw Services has available for adoption, visit www.calgary.ca and search “adoptable cats.”  For more information, contact 3-1-1.  

If you'd like to download the pets mobile app, visit calgary.ca/mobileapps.

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