Housecats ‘On the House!’ FREE Adult Cat Adoptions, 12-6 pm Sat. 9/15 & Sun. 9/16 at Homeward Pet, Woodinville, WA

LOCATION: Homeward Pet, 13132 NE 177th Place, Woodinville, WA 98072

DATE: Saturday, September 15th & Sunday, September 16th, 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Looking for a feline companion for your family? Here’s an offer you can’t refuse: FREE adult cat adoptions for two days only! Bring your whole family to adopt a kitty from Homeward Pet Adoption Center and we will waive the adoption fee for cats two years or older. Adult cats make great companions for all ages and are excellent for families with children. Our adoption process is easy and worry-free since all of our adoptable cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, dewormed, and microchipped.

Visit to learn more about our adoption process and see the available cats. At Homeward Pet our skilled Adoption Counselors are ready to give you personal, one on one attention to help you find the best cat for you, one that will become a lifelong member of the family. Adoptions include a copy of the cat behavior book, 'Think Like A Cat', by Pam Johnson-Benett. Remember, adopting a spayed or neutered animal helps reduce overpopulation and saves one more cat from being homeless.

Homeward Pet Adoption Center is a non-profit, no-kill shelter serving the Greater Seattle area since 1990. We give homeless animals a second chance and have matched over 20,600 companion animals with loving, safe, forever families. 40% of the animals at Homeward Pet are surrendered by their former owners; the other 60% are rescued from shelters that are often forced to resort to euthanization. While the animals in our shelter wait to be adopted, over 400 volunteers make sure their basic needs are met and give them plenty of love and attention. For some of our animals, that is more than they have ever known.

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Jobi Harris
8 years ago

Thanks for letting me know, Brian. I am happy you included the extra links, too. I need to know more about this issue myself, but would have known it was shabby journalism at ABC.