Friday, August 21, 2015
Cleveland Animal Protective League Begins "Mission: Pawssible II"
By Tyler Singleton
on Fri, Aug 21, 2015 at 9:43 AM
“Here at the Cleveland APL, our mission is to foster compassion and end animal suffering,” Sharon Harvey, Cleveland APL President and CEO, said in a press release. “We work to achieve this mission every single day, but this weekend, we are on a very specific mission for our cats, and that is to find them all a home. You can help us by adopting or just spreading the word about Mission: Pawssible! Like Tom Cruise, we can do it without a stunt double, but we need you - and so do our animals!”
The Cleveland APL hopes to find homes for over 100 feline friends this weekend. The animals will be available for adoption at two different centers: the Cleveland APL adoption center in Tremont at 1729 Willey Avenue and PetSmart Charities Everyday Adoption Center in the Parma PetSmart store at 6870 Ridge Road.
All animals adopted from the Cleveland APL have been spayed or neutered, received the appropriate tests and vaccinations and cats come with a free travel box. All animals currently up for adoption can be viewed here
or by downloading the Cleveland APL's free app for iOS
The Cleveland Animal Protective League will hold "Mission: Pawssible 2" Friday, Aug. 21 through Sunday, Aug. 23 at both of the organizations adoption centers with drastically reduced adoption fees for all cats and kittens as part of the promotion — kittens (under five months old) from $95 to $20 and cats (over five months old) from $45 to $5.
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