Into the New Year!

January 23, 2012 at 4:12 pm

The beginning of 2012 has been good for us here at City Pets!  We had our first adoption event of the year and received one of the biggest fresh water fish shipments ever!

The start of the year brought with it the new schedule for our Adoption Events.  We will now be hosting adoption weekends on the first Saturday and Sunday of each month and hope to beat our record 52 adoptions in 2011 by reaching our goal of 100 animals in new homes by the end of 2012.  On January 7th and 8th we hosted Karma’s Rescue and sent home 14 pets!  A big thank you to our awesome customers and all the loving hands at Karma’s for making this happen.  Our next event with Karma’s will be February 4th and 5th.  Check out some of the great photos of happy adopters and their new family members!

                

The other exciting news to start 2012 off with is that we received one of the biggest freshwater fish orders in the history of City Pets.  Our freshwater department is stocked full of beautiful fish ready to help fill up your aquarium.  We have all sorts of interesting African and South American cichlids, stunning tetras and even have some great specials on a few types of live bearers!  We hope that you will come by and check them out!

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Entry filed under: Adoptions, Freshwater Fish, Grooming.

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City Pets and Ponds
4029 Mill Street
Kansas City, MO 64111

Phone: (816) 561-7387
Fax: (816) 561-2323

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday : 10am - 7pm
Saturday : 10am - 6pm
Sunday : 12pm - 4pm

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Now at City Pets: Dubia roaches. These are a great alternative to crickets or worms as a protein source for reptiles. We have assorted sizes and they are 50¢ each or 12/$5.00 Fire bellied toads in this week too. Got some great looking lionhead goldfish in too. These little guys are called American or Florida flag fish.  It is in the killifish family and loves to eat hair algae.

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