FRHS ‘Home fur the holidays’ this Saturday


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Guernsey, a 16-week-old domestic-short-haired cat, is one of many who are waiting for a new home.

Guernsey, a 16-week-old domestic-short-haired cat, is one of many who are waiting for a new home.


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A special adoption event, “Home Fur the Holidays,” will be happening at the Fayette Regional Humane Society this Saturday.

The adoption event will last from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Fayette Regional Humane Society’s (FRHS) downtown animal care and adoption center, located at 153 S. Main St. in Washington Court House.

Adoption fees will be reduced to only $50 for kittens and $20 for cats. All cats and kittens have been spayed or neutered, vaccinated, wormed, FeLV/FIV tested, rabies vaccinated (if age appropriate), on a monthly flea preventative, and micro-chipped.

FRHS also has its annual “Giving Tree” on display and decorated where visitors may place gifts of animal care supplies under it, wrapped or unwrapped. This year’s wish list includes scoopable cat litter, canned pate’ cat food, dry Purina cat and kitten chow, dry Purina dog and puppy chow, canned dog food, cat toys, dog toys, towels, puppy pads, paper towels, hand sanitizer, laundry detergent, bleach, pine Sol, trash bags, Lysol spray and Clorox wipes.

“Right now, we have 30 cats and kittens available for adoption at our downtown animal care and adoption center and 18 at our off-site adoption partners,” explained FRHS Chief Humane Agent and Outreach Director Brad Adams. “We encourage everyone to stop by this Saturday and give an animal the best gift of all for the holidays — a family who will provide them with a lifetime commitment of love and care.”

While visiting the adoption center, the 2022 Calendar of Pets and Paws Cause discount cards can now be purchased. They are currently available at the Humane Society and will soon be available at Center Pizza and Craig’s Shoes and Sports. The Paws Cause discount cards are only $5 and calendars are $10.

Guernsey, a 16-week-old domestic-short-haired cat, is one of many who are waiting for a new home.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2021/12/web1_Screenshot_20211215-124458_sheltermanager-1.jpgGuernsey, a 16-week-old domestic-short-haired cat, is one of many who are waiting for a new home. Courtesy photo

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