Cats in Gainesville Need Loving Homes
GAINESVILLE- Puppy Hill Farm Animal Rescue is hosting the Furball Fiesta Adoptathon this weekend at the Gainesville Petsmart.
They expect to have more than 150 kittens there, all needing a good and loving home. They will all be offered at a reduced rate of $25. All of the kittens have been given all of their shots, microchipped and spayed or neutered.
Laurie Trenholm, a volunteer with Puppy Hill, says cats are attracted to the florida heat, so most of the ferrel and outdoor cats mate during this time. she reminds us to get our animals spayed or neutered to limit this issue.
Puppy Hill Farm is also offering puppies and adult dogs for a special reduced rate this weekend. Both the Alachua County's Humane Society and Animal Services are at capacity.
The Humane Society currently houses 61 cats and Animal Services has 127.
The furball fiesta will go until sunday at 5pm at the Petsmart on Archer road.
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