Two Hundred Cats’ Lives Saved at Adoption Center (Walnut Creek, CA)

Cat overcrowding continues to be a problem in Walnut Creek, but with the help of Contra Costa Animal Services volunteer Sue Underwood, 200 cats have been saved from being euthanized.

The Cat Adoption Center at Pet Food Express, 1388 S. California Blvd., had its 200th cat adoption on March 22.

“For these adult cats, this is their last chance,” Underwood said about bringing cats from animal services to the store for adoptions. She added that the hours the cats are available for adoption at Pet FoodExpress are more than at the shelter, giving the cats a better chance at finding a forever home.

See more here: Two Hundred Cats’ Lives Saved at Adoption Center – Walnut Creek, CA Patch.