"Kitten Season" Leaves Kittens/Cats Homeless
"Kitten Season" is here! What all animal welfare organizations and animal shelters dread - kitten season. The time of year when cats give birth to their litters of kittens, and people bring them into the shelters because they don't know what else to do with them. Kitten season lasts from now until fall when the weather gets colder.
June is "Adopt a Shelter Cat Month" at Second Chance Pet Rescue. Adoption fee is $25 for cats, and a pair of bonded cats can be adopted together for the low, low price of $25. Second Chance Pet Rescue is housing its capacity of kittens and cats and is in need of adoptive homes for these beautiful kittens and wonderful adult cats. All adoptions include spay/neuter surgeries, required vaccinations, and microchip. Contact Second Chance Pet Rescue at 918-786-7630 or email inquiries to email@example.com for additional information about its "Adopt a Shelter Kitten/Cat".
Second Chance Pet Rescue has seen the boom in kitten intake as a result of long days and warm weather, which are the natural indicators to cats that it is the best time of the year to breed. We need the help of the public to minimize the numbers of kittens and cats who come into our shelter. Please spay or neuter your animals today.
Second Chance Pet Rescue offers a low-cost spay and neuter program. Contact them now to make a spay/neuter appointment for your pet to help end the number of homeless animals or contact your veterinarian. Just make an appointment today! Everyone needs to be a part of the solution - spread the word about the importance to spay or neuter your pets to help prevent homeless animals.
Monetary donations are needed to care for the many surrendered animals living at Second Chance Pet Rescue. All donations are tax-deductible. You can help by mailing a check to P.O. Box 451205, Grove, OK 74345 or donate electronically via its secure website www.doitforthepets.com. Want to help by making a monthly donation? It is easy to make secure automated monthly donations by contacting your financial institution today.