Dollar Cats & Rockin’ Adoptions at the Cleveland APL

Jason Cook


Great things are happening for the animals at the Cleveland Animal Protective League! For starters, the month of June is ending with a bang: on Friday, June 29th and Saturday, June 30th, all adult cats in the building will be available for only $1 and kittens will be available for only $10!!! We’re encouraging adopters to skip the dollar hotdogs this weekend, and instead, bring home a priceless, fabulous new kitty companion. The joy of a hotdog only lasts a few minutes, the joy of love and devotion from a cat lasts a lifetime—and it’s much better for your health and waistline! Besides, when you adopt a pet, you make a difference!But the fun doesn’t stop there! The Cleveland APL and Q104 are teaming up for the entire month of July to promote pet adoption!

Beginning Sunday, July 1st the Cleveland APL will have special adoption pricing to honor this fantastic partnership. All month long, in an effort to help the wonderful cats and kittens waiting at the APL for new homes, we are Rockin’ Adoptions and dropping our adoption fee to $10.40 for all cats and kittens! (Regular adoption fee for adult cats over the age of five months is $45 and for kittens is $95).“We have so many great animals available for adoption and we want and NEED people to know about them,” said Sharon Harvey, CEO of the Cleveland APL. “That’s why we’re so excited that Q104 is helping us spread the word about the benefits of adopting a great shelter pet. While we’re trying to encourage pet adoption by reducing our adoption fees, when you get right down to it, you just can’t put a price tag on the love, devotion, and companionship they will provide.”

All dogs and cats are spayed or neutered, tested for heartworm or FeLV/FIV, have received age-appropriate vaccinations and treatment of worms and fleas, and come with helpful species-specific animal care information, a free starter bag of Hill’s Science Diet® pet food, 30 days of free ShelterCare pet health insurance, a free initial veterinary exam, and a collar with a personalized, engraved ID tag.