Homeward Animal Shelter is having a Feline Frenzy and are over “CATpacity.” Until Dec. 10, adult cats are now half off, so they only cost $54.50, and kittens are $65 or two for $109.
The shelter has reduced the rates to keep rescuing animals from euthanasia. They hope to continue the streak they’ve had since 2012 of not allowing any adoptable cats to be euthanized in the area.
Here is a spotlight on two of the adoptable cats. Go get yourself a study buddy for finals week.
Meet Snap, a domestic shorthaired black male. He is 7.5 years old and has been at the shelter since July 26.
He is shy at first, but opens up quickly once he is placed into a home. He is laid back, so he prefers a home that is not too crazy. His favorite place to lie is on the couch in the sunshine, so if you have a couch by the window, it is perfect for him.
Snap is missing almost all of his teeth, but do not worry. He loves canned food, and it does not bother his mouth one bit.
Meet Ringo, a gray domestic shorthaired senior male. He is talkative and will make you laugh by his silliness.
He is also a slow, older gentleman who likes to be by a window to watch the birds. If you want his affection, treats are a perfect way to do so because he never turns them down and will do anything to get one. He does not like other animals and would prefer to be the only one in the house.