ACCT Philly hosts free cat and kitten adoption event through Saturday

(PHILADELPHIA, PA) July 6, 2016 – The Animal Care & Control Team of Philadelphia (ACCT Philly) is hosting a fee-waived cat and kitten adoption event, the “Feline Freedom Adoption Frenzy”, now through Saturday, July 9th. The open-admission shelter hopes to save cats’ lives and free up much-needed cage space for incoming strays and owner surrenders.

“An unusual spike in cat intake combined with a slow adoption weekend means space is tight,” said Carolyn Fitzgerald, ACCT Philly Director of Lifesaving. “We are committed to finding homes for as many of these cats as possible and are counting on the public to adopt and save a life!”

Cats and kittens of all sizes are looking for homes, including Jasper, a social and outgoing one-year-old orange tabby who previously lived with children and dogs, and Coraline, a four-month-old kitten who can’t wait to join a new family.

All regular adoption screening and procedures apply during the event, which includes an application and in-shelter “meet-and-greets” between children and the new furry family member. Further adoption process details are available on ACCT Philly’s website www.acctphilly.org/adopt

ACCT Philly shelter is located in North Philadelphia at 111 W. Hunting Park Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19140.

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