COLUMBIA, SC – Pawmetto Lifeline is at full capacity and will hold a special “Kitten Palooza” adoption event to help relieve the crisis-level number of homeless felines.
For three days, Thursday, October 21st to Saturday, October 23rd, kittens and cats can be adopted for $25. Adopters are encouraged to fill out an adoption application online beforehand to reduce their wait time upon arrival. The Adoption Application and a gallery of adoptable kittens and cats can be found on the Pawmetto Lifeline website at www.pawmettolifeline.org.
All adoption fees include an exam by a SC-Licensed Veterinarian, neuter/spay surgery, deworming, microchip with free registration, and age-appropriate vaccinations. All felines have started on their monthly flea and heartworm prevention.
- Adoption hours: Thursday, October 21 - Saturday, October 23, noon – 6 p.m. with the last meet-and-greet at 5:30 p.m.
“Pawmetto Lifeline is a managed intake facility that gives every homeless pet in our facility and foster care program the medical care they need, and we keep them safe until they find their forever family. We don’t want to turn away homeless pets. Our goal this weekend is to adopt 100 cats & kittens, so we can continue to partner with the community and take cats and kittens into our adoption program,” says Denise Wilkinson, Pawmetto Lifeline CEO. “We need the public to assist us by adopting this weekend. Adopt one, save two is our motto. By adopting one, you create space for another homeless pet. Becoming a no kill community is truly a partnership with citizens of the Midlands and rescue organizations, all working together to ensure no cat or kitten dies simply because they are homeless.”
About Pawmetto Lifeline
Pawmetto Lifeline is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit animal rescue organization with a plan to end pet overpopulation in the Midlands through education, legislation, spay/neuter programs, and responsible pet adoptions. Pawmetto Lifeline’s long-term goal is to transform the Midlands into a no-kill community, meaning no healthy adoptable pet is euthanized simply because it is homeless. For more information, please visit www.pawmettolifeline.org.
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