“Get Your CatFax” Free Cat Adoption At Vero Beach Humane Society

Vero Beach Humane Society waives adoption fees for kittens and cats on August 26.
Vero Beach Humane Society waives adoption fees for kittens and cats on August 26. (Photo: HSVB)

VERO BEACH – The Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River County will be waiving adoption fees for kittens and cats this Saturday, August 26.

The “Get Your CatFax” pre-owned kitten and cat adoption event in Vero Beach will offer prospective adopters all makes and models – from kittens who zip around like “Pur-raris” to beautiful older model feline “Cat-illacs.”

The shelter’s special adoption event will take place from 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. in the Humane Society’s Adoption and Education Center, located at 6230 77th St., Vero Beach.

“During the summertime, we have many homeless cats and kittens who are brought to our shelter,” Director of Operations Maria Ramirez explained.

“Our CatFax promotion is a fun way to get the word out that shelter cats need homes,” Ramirez added.

Adoption fees have been waived thanks to the Humane Society of Vero Beach’s generous donors.

All cats are spayed or neutered, have age-appropriate vaccinations, microchips and come complete with a 100,000 purr warranty.

Kittens and cats available for adoption can be seen on the shelter’s website www.hsvb.org.

For more information call the Humane Society’s Adoption Department at (772) 388-3331 ext. 110.

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