Potter League Declares June 'Adopt A Cat' Month

The Potter League for Animals has a big push this month to find good, loving homes for cats of all ages. Here's a closer look at some of these furry friends.

The has declared June as "Cat Adoption Month" to find new homes for cats of all ages.

Each cat adopted during the month of June will go home with a framed photo and a goodie bag.  In addition, some cats will be available at a discounted adoption fee. All routine adoption procedures will be required by anyone wishing to adopt a cat. All felines available for adoption have been spayed or neutered, are up to date on age-appropriate vaccinations and have been examined by a veterinarian.  Cat adoptions also include a free carrier, safety collar and identification tag, according to a Potter League announcement.

The goal is to adopt out 75 cats in June as part of its "Adopt a Shelter Cat" campaign this month, according to Potter League officials.

After a busy month of May in which the Potter League found new homes for 25 cats, 44 dogs, and 7 other small animals, earlier this week there remained 78 cats, 19 dogs, 14 small animals (including rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, and guinea pigs), and five birds in need of good, loving homes.

To get to know some of these adoption-ready cats, check out the slideshow in the image gallery.

 The Potter League is open to the public 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday and till 7 p.m. on Wednesday evenings.  The shelter is located at 87 Oliphant Lane in Middletown. For more information about this special event, please visit the Potter League’s website at www.PotterLeague.org or call 401.846.8276.

More Potter League Happenings

  • Read more and see highlights from the recent fundraiser,
  • Many more events and promotions are coming up in June and throughout the summer at the Potter League. Hit the "Keep Me Posted" button below to stay up-to-date!
  • For additional information about Potter League programs, classes and events, visit www.potterleague.org.


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