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National Adopt a Cat and a Shelter Cat

June is coming this Monday, and with that comes a very special focus on some very special felines! With so many people focusing their efforts on the dogs in shelters (which is fine, of course!) we'd like to remind you that there are many, many felines sitting in Shelters all over the Valley too! Some have been there over half their lives!

June celebrates National Adopt a Cat Month as well as Adopt a Shelter Cat Month!

Below are two links you can go to and read more about what you can do to help our Shelter Cats in need of Fur-Ever Homes!

Friends For Life our very own Animal Shelter located in Gilbert has many cats and kittens available for adoption. Please see their website for location, shelter hours and pets available.

Please view these links and see the pets looking for fur-ever homes. If you already have a frisky feline but are having behavior problems, don't give up!! Call our own feline behaviorist for advice before turning your family member in to a shelter. 

If you recently adopted a cat or kitten, we'd love to hear your story!! Just Email Kim at Thanks pet friends!

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