The Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Mass. is hosting a “Lucky Draw” cat adoption event on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 25 and 26, from noon to 4 p.m., to help many of the more than 55 cats at the shelter find new homes.
Everyone who adopts a cat older than 6 months will draw an envelope before making a payment to determine the adoption fee. The card in the envelope will determine the adoption fee: $75, $50, $25 and “Adopter’s Choice,” which is any donation the adopter wishes to make. The cost of adoption, usually $125, still includes vaccinations, the FeLV/FIV test, spay/neuter surgery and microchip and registration.
If you can’t adopt a cat, but still want to help, consider APCSM’s Paws Toward Home Program. This allows you to donate a portion or an entire adoption fee to help any of our animals find a new, loving forever home. The shelter is also accepting donations of old towels, blankets and newspapers, and regularly needs non-clumping cat litter and liquid bleach.
You can also support APCSM by attending an upcoming event including:
On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 8-9, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., the semiannual yard sale and monthly bake sale and Sunday, Oct. 14, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., the 4th Annual Paws in the Park Walk for APCSM at the NRT’s Sheep Pasture in Easton.
For more information, visit the shelter, 1300 West Elm Ext., Brockton, visit www.apcsm.org or call 508-586-2053.
Originally posted here: ‘Lucky Draw’ cat adoption event this weekend – Norton, MA – Norton Mirror.