PAWS waives cat adoption fees weekdays in June

Sunday, May 31, 2015

Big Kitty needs a home

June is Adopt a Cat Month, the month that cat lovers wait for all year long! This year, PAWS makes the celebration of Adopt a Cat Month a little sweeter by offering a special incentive for potential cat adopters.

Starting on Monday, June 1, adoption fees for adult or senior cats on weekdays at PAWS in Lynnwood and PAWS Cat City in Seattle’s U-District are waived for potential guardians who meet the criteria for adoption. Adoption fees are paid for by funding from Animal Planet and ASPCA’s ‘Road to Puppy Bowl’ – a nation-wide program to encourage adoption.

PAWS finds homes for more than 2,200 cats in Puget Sound each year. Some of those have been cats and kittens who had nowhere else to turn. The PAWS Foster Program helps kittens and adult cats in need every year with a volunteer corps who are trained to give felines a loving home where they can either grow or recuperate until they're ready for adoption. The PAWS Foster Program is operated out of the Lynnwood shelter and welcomes new volunteers year-round. 

PAWS Cat City in Seattle’s U-District places up to 60% of all cat adoptions for PAWS. The Cat City ‘cat colony’ concept was the first one introduced in the Seattle area. Today, PAWS Cat City is home to adoptable cats of all types and ages who socialize in free-roaming colonies.

To find some of the cats available for adoption, visit the webpage

PAWS is closed for adoptions on Wednesdays

PAWS – 15305 44th Ave W, Lynnwood 98087

PAWS Cat City – 5200 Roosevelt Way NE Seattle 98105



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