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For Only 20 Bucks, Love and Loyalty Are Yours

The Lakewood Animal Shelter is offering a crop of beautiful cats, currently in foster care, for a reduced fee of just $20.

Now through the end of the year, Lakewood Animal Shelter is offering a crop of beautiful cats, currently in foster care, for a reduced fee of just $20.

It’s the best investment you could make toward a happy future with a loving, playful, healthy companion. Can’t you imagine one (or two!) of the following felines fitting right into your household?

If so, e-mail the Citizens Committee for the Lakewood Animal Shelter (CCLAS) today at cclasfoster@yahoo.com for an adoption inquiry form.

  • Jersey is a long-haired male tuxedo, about 2 years old. He loves attention – and, unlike some cats, he’ll even roll over to let you stroke his belly. Jersey is already neutered, has received an initial vaccination and has undergone a topical flea control treatment, so he’s ready to go to a loving home. He’d thrive in a big family, where he’d have lots of interaction, though he’d prefer to be in a single-cat household.
  • Velvety Mystic was very shy when she arrived at the shelter, but she’s since come out of her shell. This sweet female likes to sit on your lap, beg for treats, and cuddle with you. In short, she loves people, and she also gets along well with other cats. Mystic suffered from stomatitis, a disease of the mouth that causes premature gum disease. As a result, she had almost all of her teeth removed. She recovered beautifully and eats wet food with no problem. Mystic has been spayed, is up to date on her vaccinations, and has tested negative for feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV).
  • Penelope – more commonly known as Penny – is a playful chatterbox. She enjoys leaping in the air and wants to engage you in conversation, so feel free to talk back to her! Ever curious, this sassy tabby will follow you around. Over time, she’s become much more trusting. Penny has been spayed, received her initial vaccination, tested negative for FeLV/FIV and she’s had a dose of a topical treatment for parasite control.

All these cats are in desperate need of good, permanent homes, and any one of them is capable of melting your heart, so why wait any longer?

The first step to taking home your favorite cat from foster care is to contact CCLAS at ccasfoster@yahoo.com or (216) 529-5020. Act now, while the fee discount is in effect.

To learn more about the Lakewood Animal Shelter and healthy homeless animals available for adoption, visit www.cclas.info.

 

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