Adopt-A-Cat Month

June is Adopt-a-Cat Month. What Can You Do to Help?

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Each spring during kitten season, thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters and foster homes across the country. The American Humane Association has designated June as Adopt-a-Cat Month® to help find these cats permanent homes.

Shelters and rescue groups across the country can use your help, even if you can’t adopt right now. Here are a few ways you can help find homes for cats during Adopt-a-Cat month (and every month):Continue Reading

June is Adopt-A-Cat Month: Adopt a Tortie!

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Each spring during kitten season, thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters and foster homes across the country. The American Humane Association has designated June as Adopt-a-Cat Month® to help find more cats forever homes.

Even if you can’t adopt a cat, there are other ways you can help find homes for cats during Adopt-a-Cat month, and every month:Continue Reading

June is Adopt-A-Cat Month: How You Can Help

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Each spring during kitten season, thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters and foster homes across the country. The American Humane Association has designated June as Adopt-a-Cat Month® to help find these cats permanent homes.

Shelters across the nation are reaching out to their communities for help. Even if you can’t adopt a cat, there are other ways you can help find homes for cats during Adopt-a-Cat month, and every month:

  • Adopt. Visit your local shelter or contact a rescue group. The love of your life cat may be waiting for you.
  • Donate. Donate money, or find out from your local shelter or rescue group what they need most.
  • Educate yourself about behavior problems. Continue Reading

Maddie’s Fund helps San Francisco Bay area cats find homes this weekend

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Those of us who love cats dream of a world in which every cat has a forever home. Maddie’s Fund is trying to make that dream a reality for cats in the San Francisco Bay area this weekend.

Maddie’s Fund®, a foundation funded by the founder of Workday and PeopleSoft, Dave Duffield and his wife, Cheryl, whose mission is to help to create a no-kill nation where all healthy and treatable shelter pets are guaranteed a loving home, is hoping to find homes for all shelter cats (and dogs, too) in a massive adoptathon June 9 and 10. The event is being held at 80 locations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and more than 60 shelters, animal control agencies, and rescue groups are participating. All dog and cat adoptions will be free.

In addition to offering free adoptions, Maddie’s Fund is also donating between $500 to $2000Continue Reading