5th Annual Kitty Palooza a Big Success!
Congratulations to Sacramento County Animal Care on a very successful Kitty Palooza event with 100 adoptions! That breaks down to 80 cats and 20 dogs in new homes. Both days were busy with 51 homeless pets placed Saturday and 49 on Sunday. Adoptions included the following:
- Spay/neuter surgery
- FVRCP & rabies vaccinations
- 1-year license for county residents
- Microchip ID
- Voucher for free local vet examination
- FELV/FIV tests for adult cats
- Kitty “Starter Sets” for adopters
- Raffle prizes and drawings
For anyone who couldn’t make the festival and is still in the market for a pet, there are still plenty available. Please plan to visit Sacramento County Animal Care soon! (They are open Wednesday–Friday 12:30-5:30 and Saturday—Sunday, noon-4:30; closed Mondays and Tuesdays.)
August 9, 2011 - Posted by LAPCATS Sacramento Area Cat & Kitten Adoptions | Adoptions/Adoptathon, Events, SCACR, Uncategorized, Volunteers | adoptathon, adoptions, Cats, dogs, Kitty Palooza, party, Sac County Shelter, Sacramento County Animal Care and Regulation
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Laguna Adoption Program County Animals Team Sacramento (LAPCATS)
LAPCATS is an all-volunteer run and staffed effort to place healthy, loving adult shelter cats into forever homes. We are supported by the Sacramento County Animal Care and Regulation, TEAM (the local non-profit associated with the shelter), and PetSmart. LAPCATS brings homeless shelter cats to the public through Petfinder and the Adoption Center in the Elk Grove PetSmart.
LAPCATS, established in April 2005, has now placed over 1,500 homeless shelter cats! Our cats are chosen for good temperament and adoptability, so if you are looking for a great feline companion and a real lap cat, please stop by today!
LAPCATS is a 501(c) non-profit under TEAM, the non-profit organization affiliated with Sacramento County Animal Care. Donations to LAPCATS are tax-deductible.
Learn more about LAPCATS at lapcats.org.
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