Weekend Adoption Event #2: February 4th & 5th

January 30, 2012 at 4:17 pm

We are welcoming Karma’s Rescue again, for our second weekend adoption event! From now on we will be hosting adoption events the first weekend of every month (unless a holiday gets in the way).   The adoption event for February will be Saturday, February 4th from 11am-4pm and Sunday, February 5th from 12pm-4pm.

This weekend they will be running a special on adoptions.  Dogs and puppies will be $125 and adult cats will be $50.  Now is a great time to add a new member to the family!  Also, our adoption sponsor, The Pitch, is going to add adopters names into a drawing for concert tickets!  Pretty cool!

Here are this weeks featured animals from Karma’s Rescue!

Slick – DOB 5/2011

Slick is a belly-rub con-artist.  He will do ANYTHING to get a belly rub.  He gets along with everyone and loves to be held.  He has a very good nature.


Alice is such a sweet little baby and loves snuggling.  She’ll be sure to purr and let you know!  She has a lovely orange coat and big, green eyes.

Come by this weekend to meet Slick, Alice and more awesome animals available for adoption from Karma’s Rescue.  To view their other available animals, you can view their Petfinder HERE or learn more about them on their Facebook, HERE.


Entry filed under: Adoptions, Cats and Kitties, Dogs.

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