The Spokane Humane Society invites you to join them for Caturday! They will have cats, five months and older, available for no-fee adoption.
"When cats are not spayed or neutered, they rapidly reproduce, and spring and summer is that time of year when cats get busy, resulting in more kittens showing up at our door, " says Dave Richardson, Executive Director.
While cuddly kittens are highly desirable, the Humane Society has some compelling reasons for families to adopt older cats. Older cats tend to be better for families that small children as they are more tolerant of toddler hands and play style.
In addition, the Human Society has already spay/neutered them and micro-chipped them so you'll always be able to find your new family pet. And the final reason you should adopt a cat this Saturday? A cat livens up any living space.
"We need the community to visit and meet all the great cats we have here. We have many deserving cats and kittens to choose from. It's the perfect time to promote cat adoptions because the spring and summer months have brought in tons of cats and kitties," says Richardson.