Pets Come First is working to bring holiday cheer to both people and pets this holiday season through a cat adoption fee-waived event “Homes Fur The Holidays.” It will take place November 29th through December 2nd during normal business hours at 2451 General Potter Highway, Centre Hall. All cat and kitten adoption fees will be waived thanks to a grant through the ASPCA, Subaru Loves Pets and Stocker Chevrolet-Subaru.
Last year during the Homes Fur the Holidays event around 50 cats were adopted in two days. This year, Pets Come First hopes to exceed this number by making the event four days long! PCF is a no-kill shelter and relies on adoptions to make room for new animals. During the event days, locals can give a cat or two a furever home for the holidays and help create room in the shelter for more cats to get out of the cold this holiday season FOR FREE. All adoption fees and medical costs to prepare these feline friends for adoption will be covered by the grant from the ASPCA & Subaru Loves Pets Fee-Waived Adoption Program. A grant made possible through a partnership of Stocker Chevrolet-Subaru and Pets Come First.
Any approved adopter can adopt during this event. Pre-approval is available prior to the event. To become an approved adopter, stop by Pets Come First during their open hours and fill out an adoption application. The application will be processed when submitted and applicants will receive a call once approved. References such as landlords, vets and 2 personal references will be called as a part of the process. In order to make sure references have enough time to respond to PCF before the Homes Fur The Holidays event is over, pre-approval is highly recommended.
Pets Come First is a no-kill shelter located in Centre Hall that helps animals in need by providing them vet care, love, food and shelter until they find them their forever homes. They house an average of 100 animals in need of homes at any given time. All animals are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccines, and microchipped. All cats are tested for FIV and Feline Leukemia. All dogs are tested for heartworm and Lyme disease.