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'Spooktacular' cat adoption event set for this weekend
A big weekend for cat adoption event is set for Lake Oswego on Saturday and Sunday.
The Oregon Cat Project headquarters, located on 342 B Ave., will offer 35 Spooktacular cats and kittens from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.
The adoption event, reportedly the organizations biggest one of the year, was extended from last weekend.
If one feline is adopted, a second one can be adopted free of charge.
Adoption fees are $120 for kittens,
$80 for cats 1 to 2 years old and $40 for cats age 3 or older. The fees include spaying or neutering, microchip, lifetime free registration and required vaccinations that are up to date.
The project is also requesting donations for its cat food bank.
Oregon Cat Project founder Dana Lionel said, We are down to less than 25 pounds of dry food, and we have no canned cat food at all.
Cat litter and gently used cat carriers are also being accepted.
To adopt, donate or volunteer, go to the web site TheOregonCat.Org.Add a comment