LAKELAND, Fla., June 7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- To celebrate National Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month SPCA Florida is offering a special deal on "certified pre-owned" cats. SPCA Florida's full service veterinary department has checked all cats from head to tail ensuring they are spayed or neutered, up to date on vaccinations and microchipped. All certified pre-owned cats come with a month of heartworm and flea prevention and are available for a guarantee adoption fee of only $10. To view adoptable animals visit www.spcaflorida.org or visit the Adoption Center Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. at 5850 Brannen Road South in Lakeland.
Every June Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat Month brings awareness to animal shelters across the U.S. that are inundated with kittens, the result of felines producing more litters beginning in the spring and peaking in summer. In addition to the adoption special, SPCA Florida is addressing feline overpopulation by offering $25 off spays and neuters at the McClurg Animal Medical Center and implementing a multi-faceted Community Cat Program, which includes free neuter surgeries and vaccinations for free-roaming, un-owned cats.
"We encourage the public to become involved with the welfare and well-being of animals in the community," said SPCA Florida CEO Sean Hawkins. "Whether you adopt a new feline family member, open your home as a kitten foster parent, or bring your neighborhood cats in to our state-of-the-art medical center for surgery to prevent future litters, we need your support to end cat overpopulation in Polk County," Hawkins said.
About SPCA Florida
Founded in 1979, SPCA Florida exists to eliminate animal suffering and to enhance the human-animal bond by engaging the entire community in the welfare and well-being of animals. We accomplish this through model programs that promote the adoption of healthy animals, prevent dog and cat overpopulation, and provide veterinary medical services for animals in the community. SPCA Florida's relinquishment intervention programs create a safety net to keep animals who have homes in those homes. The McClurg Animal Medical Center heals and helps 50,000 patients annually and the Animal Adoption Center provides caring, compassion and hope to more than 6,000 homeless animals entering our doors each year. Find out more about SPCA Florida or support us by visiting www.spcaflorida.org.
Jessica Lawson, Community Relations Manager
O: (863) 577-4607
C: (386) 986-8093
SOURCE SPCA Florida