Adopt a Furry Friend for the Holidays

The Potter League is offering 50 percent off adoption fees for all cats ages seven months and older through December.


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Frankie is available for adoption.

It’s the perfect season to welcome a new furry friend into the family. The Potter League for Animal in Middletown is trying to help all of their animals get adopted for the holidays, but they are especially looking for homes for cats of all ages, sizes and colors. Some of the friendly felines come from New Jersey, where Hurricane Sandy victims could no longer care for their beloved pets anymore.

The Potter League’s ultimate goal is to find a family for each cat, which is why they are offering a special “Home for the Holidays” adoption deal. For the entire month of December, all cats ages seven months and older will be available for 50 percent off the regular adoption fee. The cats have been spayed or neutered, are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations and have been examined by a veterinarian. The adoptions include a free carrier, safety collar and identification tag.

The first fifty adopters will receive a mystery prize stocking, which might include free microchipping for their new pet. Microchipping is a harmless and simple way to track pets if they happen to get lost.

Watch the video... who can say no to those faces?

87 Oliphant Ln.,  Middletown, 846-8276, potterleague.org


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