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June 08, 2011

Here Kitty, Kitty, Kitty!


 Fort Lauderdale, FL -- June is National Adopt a Cat Month and the Humane Society of Broward County (HSBC) has some special offers for felines this June that you just can’t pass up!  If you adopt any feline over the age of six months, the $85.00 adoption fee will be waived entirely; if you adopt a feline under six months the fee is just $50.  All felines will be spayed or neutered before they leave the shelter, given preliminary vaccinations, feline leukemia test; microchip and registration; a cardboard carrier to go home in; a 14 day health care plan courtesy of VCA Animal Hospital and a bag of Purina ONE food.  Most importantly you are getting a friend for life!  All adopters must meet adoption criteria and are limited to two felines for this promotion.

 During the summer, shelters all across the country are inundated with kittens and the adult cats are often overlooked.  By waiving the adoption fee for adult felines the HSBC hopes to entice potential adopters to give the mature kitties a chance too.

 The Humane Society of Broward County is located at 2070 Griffin Road and adoption hours are Monday - Saturday 10 - 6:30 and Sunday 10 - 5:30.   

The Humane Society also has pets available for adoption seven days a week at the PETCO in Boca Raton, at the corner of Glades Road and 441; PETCO in South Miami located at 6200 S. Dixie Highway and at the PETCO in Hallandale at 1470 East Hallandale Beach Blvd.  For more information call the shelter at 954-989-3977 and press 3 for adoptions or visit www.humanebroward.com to see the pets available for adoption.

The Humane Society of Broward County is a private, non-profit organization supported by donations.  The shelter is not affiliated with any national organizations with a similar name and does not receive funding from the government.


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