The League for Animal Welfare, a no-kill animal shelter in Batavia, OH, will host a March Meowness Cat Adoption Event Friday, March 2, 2012, through Sunday, March 11, 2012. During this time only, cat adoption fees for all cats will be reduced to $35. Additionally, with every cat adoption, you will receive a free gift bag filled with cat food, treats, toys, and more! All adoptions include vaccinations, spay/neuter, vet checks, micro-chips, and tests for FIV and Feline Leukemia. The event is sponsored by Highland Heights Animal Hospital.
“Adopting out cats in this tough economy is difficult, but even more challenging is matching the right cat with the right home,” said Joyce Blersch, League for Animal Welfare board member. “If you’re considering adding a cat to your family, then now is the time,” Blersch adds.
The League for Animal Welfare has more than 60 cats looking for their “fur-ever” homes.
Help our cats score a slam dunk with a forever home!
About the League for Animal Welfare
The League for Animal Welfare’s mission is to better the lives of cats and dogs in the Greater Cincinnati area by providing shelter, loving care, adoption, education, and spay/neuter programs. We are a privately funded, non-profit, no-kill organization. For more information about the League for Animal Welfare, please see the League’s website at www.lfaw.org or call the League for Animal Welfare at 513-735-2299
Originally posted here: Cincinnati.Com | Anderson Township.