The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Humane Rescue Alliance Celebrates National Cat Day with Reduced Adoption Fees for Cats this Weekend! Saturday, October 29th and Sunday, October 30th

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Humane Rescue Alliance Celebrates National Cat Day with Reduced Adoption Fees for Cats this Weekend! Saturday, October 29th and Sunday, October 30th

Washington, DC - Saturday, October 29th is National Cat Day and the Humane Rescue Alliance is celebrating all weekend by reducing adoption fees for all cats Saturday and Sunday.  All cats are available to adopters for only $5.  Standard adoption procedures apply.

WHAT:  National Cat Day at Humane Rescue Alliance –
Reduced Adoption Fees for Cats
    
WHEN:  Saturday, Oct. 29 and Sunday, Oct. 30.

WHERE:  We have two convenient adoption centers featuring adoptable cats looking for new forever homes:

71 Oglethorpe Street, NW            1201 New York Avenue, NE
Washington, DC                            Washington, DC

We also have many cats available in foster homes.  Please visit our website: www.humanerescuealliance.org to see all of our available cats, at both adoption centers and in foster care.

Click here: CATS/KITTENS to take a look at cats/kittens available for adoption! 
             Adoption Fees for Cats Reduced to $5 This Weekend Only

Three ways you can celebrate National Cat Day!

Adopt! 
Humane Rescue Alliance has great cats available for adoption at two convenient adoption centers at the very low adoption fee of $5.

All animals available for adoption at the Humane Rescue Alliance have been spayed/neutered, microchipped and are up to date on vaccinations.

Donate toys, blankets, towels or pet food!
If you are not looking to add a new cat to your family, the Humane Rescue Alliance accepts donations of toys, blankets and towels for our shelter animals.  In addition, you can donate unopened pet food for use in our Pet Food Bank for families that may need assistance feeding their pets.  Donations are accepted at both of our adoption centers

Spend some quality time with your cat!
National Cat Day is a great day to spoil your cat with extra attention and affection, a healthy treat, a new cat toy and some quality play time.

Take a look at some cats available for adoption this weekend!

My model, is Theodore, an adorable senior looking for a loving home. He is currently in foster care.


Theodore
Animal ID: 25208218 
Species: Cat 
Age: 9 years 1 month 5 days 
Sex: Male 
Color: Grey/White 
Declawed: No 
Site: Humane Rescue Alliance 

Theodore is the biggest lover you could ever meet! Although he has been diagnosed with kitty kidney failure (say that 5 times fast), he is all snuggles and cuddles and just likes to be near his human. As a newly senior gentleman at just 9 years old, he has plenty of love to still give and life to live! The advantages of being in the senior club is that he doesn't mess around with tearing things up or running around anymore - just needs a comfy blanket and a lap to snuggle with. He absolutely loves tummy rubs and has a purr machine that never quits! To learn more about Theodore and his diagnosis, please contact his foster mom at Fortner.laura@gmail.com or check out his Instagram @whs_theodore.
To learn more about Theodore, click HERE!




Rose
Animal ID: 32224012 
Species: Cat 
Age: 2 years 3 months 7 days 
Sex: Female 
Color: White 
Declawed: No 
Site: Oglethorpe Street

Hi there! I'm Rose! I am a 2 year old, short haired female. I came to WHS/WARL when my owner became overwhelmed with the number of cats living in her home. I shared a house with over FIFTY other cats previously, so I'm used to having feline friends. However, since my last owner had so many cats, it was difficult for her to spend time with all of us, so I'm still working on getting used to being petted and held. I'm shy in new situations and will need a patient owner that is willing to take some time earning my trust. Once I open up, I'm a very sweet cat, but new environments and noises easily startle me, so I would love to go to a quiet home where I can settle in slowly. Do you have a loving heart and room for another cat in your life? Come visit with me at Oglethorpe and see if I'd be a good match for you.
To learn more about Rose, click HERE! 




Mattie
Animal ID: 33066823 
Species: Cat 
Age: 8 months 27 days 
Sex: Female 
Color: Black 
Declawed: No 
Site: Oglethorpe Street 

Who says black cats are bad luck?! Harrumph! Well I'm Mattie, and I'd like to think that I'm somewhat of a good luck charm. I was found with a leg injury a few weeks back and luckily enough I ended up here safely at WHS/WARL! Now I'm looking for a new home. I am pretty shy since I'm still new to the shelter, so please go slow with me. I'd like to be friends, but if you pet me too quickly, I tend to get startled. If you're willing to be a little patient with you, I think we could be buddies in no time. Sound good? Get down here and meet me! I'd love to go home soon!
To read more on Mattie, click HERE!




Mourek
Animal ID: 33741237 
Species: Cat 
Age: 2 years 9 months 22 days 
Sex: Male 
Color: Grey 
Declawed : No 
Site: Humane Rescue Alliance 

Mourek here! I'm sorry to say that I've bounced around quite a bit in my life. I originally was adopted out from a shelter in Virginia, but was recently brought here to the Humane Rescue Alliance when my previous owner could no longer care for me. I was previously living with a large family that included children and 2 other cats, and I just don't think that was a good fit for me. I think I would prefer to go to a quieter home. Maybe a family that doesn't have young children or other cats? I'm a very friendly, sociable guy, but it's easy to get overwhelmed in a chaotic household, so I'd like some peace for once. If that sounds like your home, maybe I'd be a good fit for you! Stop by the shelter and see me! To learn more about Mourek, click HERE!





Moorey
Animal ID: 33749583 
Species: Cat 
Age: 5 years 6 months 6 days 
Sex: Male 
Color: Orange 
Declawed: No 
Site:Humane Rescue Alliance

If you're a fan of large, long-haired cats, you MUST come in and meet me! I'm Moorey! Just one look at my picture and it's not hard to tell that I'm incredibly handsome. I was a much-beloved pet but my previous owner could no longer afford to take care of me and decided that it was best that I find another home. It's really sad, because I know they cared about me a lot, but I need to find a home that has the resources to care for me the way that I deserve. I'm really looking forward to going to my new home soon, so I'd love it if you would come in to meet me! Or if you have friends that are interested in adopting, share my story!To learn more about Moorey, click HERE!

About the Humane Rescue Alliance: 
The Humane Rescue Alliance (formerly the Washington Humane Society-Washington Animal Rescue League) has protected and served the animals of the community for more than 145 years and serves more than 60,000 animals annually. The broad range of programs offered include: rescue and adoption, humane law enforcement, low-cost veterinary services, animal care and control, behavior and training, spay-neuter services, humane education, and many others. The organization is dedicated to ensuring the safety and welfare of all animals, bringing people and animals together, and working with all communities to support these relationships.  HRA is based in Washington, DC, the only major urban area in the country that has all of its animal protection programs and services unified in one organization, making the Humane Rescue Alliance a model for the nation.

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