October 2007 Issue

Adopt a Shelter Cat!

There are many advantages in choosing a cat or kitten from a local shelter. Here's why ó and how you can assist the animals.

After the flurry of kitten adoptions during the summer months, many shelters are now overcrowded with adult and older cats. Just ask Betsy Saul, co-founder of Petfinder.com. "Kittens at shelters tend to get adopted very quickly," Saul says. "We need to make sure that adult and older cats donít get overlooked. Publicizing them on websites like Petfinder.com can help."

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