East Bay SPCA Celebrates Adopt-a-Cat Month in June by Elevating Cats to Superhero Status to Help Them Find Loving Homes

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — The East Bay SPCA is celebrating Adopt-a-Cat month this June by elevating cats to superhero status to help find them loving homes!

East Bay SPCA President and CEO Allison Lindquist says, “Each year millions of deserving cats find themselves in shelters due to no fault of their own. We want to put the spotlight on these ‘Supercats’ and let people know that Adoption Centers like ours are the best place to find your new best friend!”

In order to place more cats into loving, homes, East Bay SPCA is offering some “super” month-long specials!

SIDEKICK SPECIAL: Every superhero needs a sidekick! Cats can be excellent mentors for kittens and in turn, kittens provide adult cats with company and play. During the month of June, visitors to East Bay SPCA Oakland and Dublin Adoption Centers can adopt a kitten for just $75.00, and take home an adult cat with no adoption fee! (Eligible kittens are six months and younger, adult cats are 1 year and older).

SUPERHERO CATS!: Selected adult cats (5 years and older) will have a waived adoption fee all month long! Superhero cats come in all shapes and sizes as well as temperaments! One thing they have in common: they are all patiently waiting to find their forever homes!

FREE CAT FRIDAY!: On June 28, East Bay SPCA cats that are three years of age and older will have no adoption fee! Grab the family and come visit our awe-inspiring felines!

ALREADY HAVE A FANTASTIC FELINE?: East Bay SPCA is available to help current owners with veterinary care, spaying/neutering, behavioral issues and more! With a full-service Veterinary Clinic in Oakland, and two Spay/Neuter Surgery Centers, we’ve got your cat covered!

Lindquist says EBSPCA’s staff is ready to help you adopt your very first cat — or to bring home a friend for another beloved cat. “We encourage the entire family to come to our Adoption Centers to meet our cats, and ask our helpful staff questions. They’re very knowledgeable about the animals in our care and know each cat’s personality and behavioral traits to help you find the right feline!” Lindquist explains.

All cat and kitten adoptions include the following: Spay/Neuter Initial Vaccines Microchip & Registration De-Worming Treatment Veterinary Exam post adoption at our full-service Veterinary Clinic Cardboard Cat Carrier Pre-Adoption Veterinary Exam/Bloodwork for Club Second Chance Cats

About East Bay SPCA The East Bay SPCA (EBSPCA) is a nonprofit organization committed to the welfare of cats and dogs in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. We strive to eliminate animal cruelty, neglect and overpopulation by providing programs and education that support people and companion animals. More information about EBSPCA can be found at http://www.eastbayspca.org or by calling 510.569.0702.


Laura Fulda
East Bay SPCA

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