Idaho Humane Society holds weekend adoption campaign
The Idaho Humane Society shelter is overwhelmed with adoptable cats and kittens. So, beginning Friday, the shelter started adopting all cats and kittens for a donation in the dollar amount of your choice!
Nearly 100 felines of all ages, shapes, sizes and colors are currently at the shelter and looking for new adoptive homes. An additional 300 adoptable cats and kittens are being cared for in Idaho Humane Society foster homes.
Humane Society officials say all cats adopted this Friday, Saturday or Sunday will be entered in a drawing to win terrific cat items from the IHS See Spot Shop -- including a cat gift basket and a carpeted cat tree. Every adopter will also take home a free 5 pound bag of Zamzows “Grandma Z’s” cat food.
All adoptions include the cat’s spay or neuter surgery, first set of vaccinations, and an identification microchip.
According to Humane Society officials, if you’re unable to adopt a cat or kitten right now, you’re urged to consider a donation of cat food to the IHS Pet Food Pantry. The Pantry is currently strained with a very high demand and low supplies. They especially need canned pâté style cat food and dry cat or dog food in smaller bags up to 10 pounds.
The donation-only cat adoption special will end on Sunday, October 21, 2012.