The term “kitten season” may be somewhat misleading given that the time of year when cats make their fur-babies runs throughout spring, summer, and fall, but our feline friends certainly had a field day earlier this month when the BC SPCA staged the first cat adoption fair at its 50th avenue Education and Adoption Center in Surrey.
Winter is the only time of year that isn’t kitten season and the fair was so successful that, for some excited prospective cat adopters, it may have seemed like it would take that long before a record number of adoptions (more than 70!) that day would be completed, but judging by the stream of smiling faces leaving with some new whiskered friends it was worth the wait.
Of course, there are always more animals in need of a forever home. If you’re thinking about adoption just remember to do your research and consider not only what you want but also what a new animal friend might need from you and your family in terms of time, attention, and care. For more information you can visit the BC SPCA Surrey website here.
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