The New Beginnings Animal Rescue shelter is bringing adoptable cats to the Berkley Community Center on Saturday, along with crafts for kids to get their paws on, T-shirts to purr-chase and much more.
The meet-and-greet and adoption event is free to the public and will be held from noon to 4 p.m. It will include educational information on responsible pet ownership and volunteer applications.
“We have about 14 (cats) coming, from kittens to seniors,” New Beginnings president Lisa Hill wrote in an e-mail. “They are all fixed and up-to-date on shots.”
New Beginnings Animal Rescue was formed Nov. 9, 2010, to provide temporary homes for homeless animals in Oakland County. The group works to place animals into loving homes and provides supplies to those in need.