Thursday, August 15, 2013

The Richmond SPCA has kittens for adoption

From left to right: Mercutio, Sparrow, and Clark are just three of the Richmond SPCA kittens who need good homes.

The Richmond SPCA has an urgent need for adoptive cat parents:
Dear Friend,

The Richmond SPCA has saved the lives of hundreds of kittens in the last few months and now we need you! The many kittens awaiting your visit in our adoption center are ready to find loving homes, and our knowledgeable adoption counselors are happy to help you meet your perfect match. You can even take advantage of our Take Two adoption special when you adopt any two felines for a single $99 adoption fee. If you are only able to make a commitment to one new feline during your visit to our humane center, you can receive an adoption certificate to be shared with a friend or family member who will enjoy the wonderful companionship of a cat or kitten.

Why Take Two? In addition to receiving double the love and affection by adding two new kittens to your family, they will have companionship and a lifelong playmate in one another.

We know that for some, this isn’t the right time to bring home a new companion, even though a trip to our Robins-Starr Humane Center might make your head and heart disagree. You can still guarantee a lifetime of love for these precious pets even if you are unable to welcome them into your own home. When you donate to our Annual Fund, you are ensuring a second chance for the thousands of pets who enter our care each year and providing the resources necessary to save the lives of even more pets in our community who desperately need us. In preparation for adoption, the Richmond SPCA provides spay and neuter surgeries, vaccinations and other essential veterinary care, which you can sponsor through your gift today.

Thank you for being their hero,
Your pals at the Richmond SPCA

Robins-Starr Humane Center
2519 Hermitage Road
Richmond, VA 23220

This is a fantastic deal, because cats hate to be only children. They get lonely when you go to work or go away for a long weekend, and prefer to have a cat friend to stay with them. What could be better than to adopt two kittens together so they have someone to hang out with when you aren't there?

Pay a visit to the Richmond SPCA and help them find homes for their kittens.

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