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Long-term cats return from foster care for a special adoption event July 14 & 15
July 10, 2012
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Leilani Fratis, CEO
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Roseville, CA – It’s tough on a cat to spend months in a shelter environment. No matter how high the quality of care they receive, it is stressful to be confined in close quarters with other cats and around strange humans every day.
That’s why nine long-term cats from the Placer SPCA have spent the last three weeks lounging in foster homes on a mini-vacation. Many of the cats have been waiting for adoption for three months or more, and two felines have been waiting for six months.
The cats will return to the Placer SPCA on Saturday, July 14. On July 14 and 15, the adoption fees will be waived for those specific cats and their foster parents will be on hand to give a little extra insight into their personalities.
“I have grown to love Tilly,” said foster volunteer Linda Brandlein “I plan to be here to show just how silly and sweet she is, and to see that she finds the perfect home she deserves.”
The Placer SPCA at 150 Corporation Yard Road in Roseville is open from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm on both Saturday and Sunday. This weekend, the adoption fee will be waived for long-term cats Angelina, Bam Bam, Cutie, Hawthorne, Mr. Bones, Taz, Tilly, Wrigley, and Zoey.
All adoptions from the Placer SPCA include spay or neuter surgery, microchip, vaccinations, and a voucher for a free veterinary exam. Please visit www.placerspca.org for more information, or call (916) 782-7722 or (530) 885-7387.
Hawthorne, one of the vacationing cats featured in Placer SPCA’s special adoption event, has enjoyed cuddles and comfort in his temporary foster home.
Tilly is a special needs cat who arrived at the Placer SPCA in May. She has spent the last few weeks de-stressing in a foster home.