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June: Adopt A Shelter Cat Month
June is adopt a shelter cat month! Spring is "kitten season" which means that adult cats are more at risk than ever. With life being stressful in a shelter environment cats may not show their true personalities making them less likely to be adopted. When visiting shelters ask to see cats outside of their cage so they are able to relax and get to know you. Once you've chosen a fur-ever friend, give them at least two weeks to acclimate to their new environment once their home. It is common for new cats to hide under furniture and be frightened around new people, giving them time to relax and going slow with pet introductions can make the change easier for them.
There is going to be an adoption fee associated with bringing your new cat home. This adoption fee often covers: Spay/neuter, vaccinations, deworming and microchipping. These would be expenses that would eventually happen if you brought a young kitten home.
Overpopulation: Overpopulation is extremely common. Please spay/neuter your pets!