Adopt a Senior Pet Month at Furry Friends Refuge

By on November 9, 2015

November is Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month and Furry Friends has a number of promotions aiming to find homes for its senior animals. 

 

 

 

For example, many senior cats have been sponsored (meaning someone has paid their adoption fee in advance, meaning they are free to adopt), or who are part of the “Lonely Hearts Club,” a program which reduces adoption fees for cats of any age who have been overlooked.

One such cat is Sadye Scott-Hainchek’s, communications assistant for Furry Friends Refuge. Dusty was in Lonely Hearts Club because he had been at the shelter for a year and a half, though he was only 9 months old when he came in.

Furry Friends is also getting ready to announce an additional promotion: At the end of November, they’ll identify the two oldest cats who find forever homes during Adopt a Senior Month and send an extra prize to the families who have adopted them. Even more incentive to adopt a senior this month!

Readers can find all the information they need (age, personality, breed (for dogs) and adoption fees) listed for adoptable animals at the following links:

http://furryfriendsrefuge.org/cats/

http://furryfriendsrefuge.org/dogs/

About Eric Forrest

Eric Forrest is a student, teacher, writer and dad. He's had 5 dogs, 4 cats, two ducks and a cottontail rabbit he nursed back to health. When he's not writing about pets, he's writing essays, teaching literature, changing diapers and reading short stories.

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