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Price slashed for feline adoptions

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Due to an overwhelming supply, kittens and cats — which are all vaccinated and spayed or neutered — can be adopted for $20 each this month, said Kirsten Gross, the director of the Madera County Animal Shelter.

A microchip ID is available for an additional $10 at the time of adoption, or within the next 30 days.

“We just have too many nice kittens and cats this season, and they are not moving. We don’t have enough local adoptive homes for all the kittens and cats that we currently have,” Gross said.

Cat adoptions normally cost $60, but the shelter’s partner volunteer group, The Friends of the Madera Animal Shelter, is paying the difference in price to help get the kittens and cats adopted...


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