FOGAS offering $5 Feline Adoption Event on Dec. 3
Want a warm, fuzzy feeling this holiday season that can be yours for years to come?
The Friends of Gonzales Animal Shelter (FOGAS) offers adorable cats ready to go home with you during its $5 Felines Adoption Event, which will take place Saturday, Dec. 3 from 1-5 p.m. at the Cat Adoption Center, located at 505 Saint Francis in downtown Gonzales.
The event is part of promotion across the United States, supported by national animal welfare organization, Best Friends Animal Society.
Come meet the adoptable cats and adolescent kittens (age 5 months or older) rescued by FOGAS. All are already spay/neutered and current on vaccinations.
“We have learned that you simply cannot put a price tag on love,” said Mary Anne MacLean, FOGAS spokesperson. “We are offering this special pricing for these fabulous felines so more families can add the charm of cats to their lives. s.”
“Whether you adopt two kittens who provide nonstop entertainment when they play, an athletic cat who keeps you hopping, a couple of senior sweeties who will cuddle with you on the couch, or a confident cat who will be the host for your home parties, our goal is to hook you up with your very own Meow Master who fits your lifestyle.”
This adoption event is part of Best Friends Animal Society’s national mission of No More Homeless Pets®, which aims to end the killing of dogs and cats in America’s shelters. FOGAS is a participating member of the No More Homeless Pets® Network, a program of Best Friends Animal Society, offering help and support to animal rescue groups that save lives in their communities.
“We all want to be with our families for the holidays, and so do these cats and older kittens,” said MacLean. “They’d like a stocking stuffed with catnip, a food bowl with their name on it, a cozy pillow by the fire. The simple act of adding a rescue cat to your family saves two lives: the kitty you adopt allows us to rescue one more.”
FOGAS is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 2004. Since our inception, FOGAS has spayed/neutered over 2,600 shelter orphans and another 2,500 pets owned by residents of our community. We have also re-homed over 4,000 cats and dogs. These spay/neuter surgeries were done with no cost to the owners, the City of Gonzales or Gonzales County. Due to these efforts, the City of Gonzales was able to achieve “no kill” shelter status almost three years ago.
For more information, visit www.gonzalescats.webs.com or call 830-857-1616.