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Adopt a Cat for $7 from Capital Area Humane Society

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    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans


    The Capital Area Humane Society invites you to adopt a new cat or kitten into your home with $7 adoption fees Friday through Sunday (December 18-20) celebrating “Purr Wars”. Timed to coincide with the opening of Star Wars episode VII (the inspiration for the $7 adoption fee), the Capital Area Humane Society is hoping this promotion will inspire our community to adopt a shelter pet into their home.

    There are more than 400,000 stray/free roaming cats in Central Ohio. Demand for services for cats remains high all year long. Adopting a cat allows us to assist the next cat in need.

    Our regular adoption fees are already incredibly low — $10 for adult cats and $25 for kittens. All feline adoptions include:

    * Spay/neuter surgery
    * First vaccinations
    * Testing for feline leukemia and FIV
    * Microchip and registration
    * Flea and tick prevention
    * Dewormer

    To view adoption guidelines, application and all adoptable animals, visit http://www.cahs-pets.org.

    The Capital Area Humane Society is located at 3015 Scioto-Darby Executive Court in Hilliard, Ohio. Adoption hours are weekdays, 2-7pm/weekends Noon-5pm.

    Can’t adopt? Consider a holiday donation in honor of a pet or loved one and we will send a festive gift notification.

    The Capital Area Humane Society, a non-profit animal welfare organization founded in 1883, provides programs and services for animals and people in Central Ohio. It is our mission to fight animal cruelty, help animals in need and advocate for their well-being.

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