The Grand Strand Humane Society is holding its annual Cat-A-Palooza event from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday.
The cat-adoption event offers people the opportunity to give a permanent home to a healthy cat for a donation instead of a set price. The minimum donation is $10 for cats that have already been spayed or neutered, have had all their shots and are ready to go home.
If you choose one that hasn’t been neutered, it’s $85 and comes with a spin of the shelter’s prize wheel and a chance to win discounts or gift certificates for your new cat’s next vet visit. Unaltered cats will be scheduled for the next available surgery date and ready to go home after their surgery.
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The shelter is double its capacity for cats right now, officials said, and more than 60 cats of all ages, sizes and colors will be available to good homes.
“Every cat cage is full,” said Grand Strand Humane Society Executive Director Sandy Brown. “We have many wonderful cats in our lobby, hallways and offices. They are all so beautiful and loving, if you’re looking to adopt, please come by the shelter.”
Every person interested in adopting a cat will have to go through the normal adoption process and be approved by one of the shelter’s adoption counselors.