SPCA’s scary good cat sale starts today

SPCA Serving Erie County is hosting a scary good cat sale!SPCA Serving Erie County is hosting a scary good cat sale!
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No tricks, all treats this week as the SPCA Serving Erie County presents its first-ever scary good, spine-tingling cat sale!

From Monday, Oct. 26 through Friday, Oct. 30, adopt a boo-tiful cat three years or older at the SPCA’s 300 Harlem Road, West Seneca site or any off-site adoption location and pay the cat’s age, $1 per year!

Adoption fees include spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate vaccinations, initial worming, feline leukemia test, microchip, temporary identification tag, certificate for the new pet’s first physical examination at the Lipsey Clinic at the SPCA or another member clinic of the Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society, the option of a 30-day pet health insurance plan, and a free bag of Purina food (while supplies last).

Adoptions at the West Seneca shelter will open at 11 a.m. each day, and the final group of potential adopters will be allowed in the cat area (depending on number of people waiting) at 4 p.m.

And don’t let the thought of being in close proximity to too many people during the pandemic spook you. To comply with COVID occupancy guidelines and to keep visitors safe, the SPCA will continue to limit the number of visitors in the cat adoption areas at all times. When the cat rooms are at maximum occupancy, visitors can wait outdoors, or in an overflow area at the SPCA. All visitors are required to wear masks or appropriate face coverings and are asked to comply with social distancing regulations.

Further details and photos of adoptable animals are available at yourspca.org/scarygoodcatsale.

 

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