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Posted on 06-06-2017

June Is American Humane's Adopt a Cat Month With Our Canton VeterinarianAdopt a cat month with our canton veterinarians

June is here. While this month may signal the official start of summer, it’s important for another reason: it’s American Humane’s Adopt a Cat Month. We’ll tell you everything you need to know about this exciting month, including why you should give an adopted cat a furrever home.

What Is American Humane’s Adopt a Cat Month?

American Humane is an organization that focuses on animal rights. They rescue animals and give them temporary homes until loving pet owners like you can adopt them.

More kittens tend to be born in the spring than any other time of the year. This can lead to a surplus of cats without homes. That’s why American Humane has officially declared June as Adopt a Cat Month.

No matter what kind of cat you’re looking for, you can find it here. Take home an adult cat or adopt a rambunctious baby.

Why Adopt Cats?

There are so many reasons to adopt an animal rather than buy one. The biggest is that you’re saving a cat’s life. As mentioned, with so many more cats born around this time of year, a lot of them will end up homeless. If they’re not roaming free on the streets, they may be euthanized.

Here are some other very great reasons you should adopt:

  • Reduce the homeless pet population.
  • Save money, as adopting is often much cheaper than buying a cat (and sometimes it’s even free!).
  • You’ll have a companion you can enjoy for many years to come.

You can contact American Humane to learn more about Adopt a Cat Month by calling 800-227-4645, emailing info@americanhumane.org, or visiting 1400 16th Street Northwest, Suite 360, Washington, DC 20036.

About Acres Mill Veterinary Hospital, Trusted Canton Veterinarians 

Looking for Canton veterinarians for your newly adopted cat? Come see us at Acres Mill Veterinary Hospital. We specialize in many vet services, including tick and flea prevention, microchipping, pet skin care, nutrition, diagnostics, vaccinations, senior pet care, pet surgery, pet dentistry, and grooming.

We’ll make sure your cat is in good health and ready to enjoy a lifetime of fun and love with you. You can contact our Canton veterinarians’ office today by calling 770-479-1905 or visiting us at Acres Mill Veterinary Hospital on 2460 Ball Ground Highway.

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