Dollar Dogs Cats at the Cleveland APL Reduced Adoption Fees and Extended Hours

Jason Cook

Dollar Cat Day

Dollar dog night is a long-standing event at Progressive Field, with some even calling it an American tradition. Not wanting the dogs to have all the fun, Cleveland cats are getting in on the action this year, too, and the Cleveland APL is celebrating Dollar Cat Day on Friday, July 25th, by dropping adoption fees to the lowest of the year.

This Friday, July 25th only, all adult cats over 1 year of age will be available for only $1, and kittens under 1 year will be available for only $10 at our adoption center in Tremont. The APL is also extending adoption hours at the adoption center in Tremont on this night and will remain open for adoptions until 8:00 p.m. Skip the dollar dogs this weekend and bring home a fabulous new kitty companion instead. The joy of a hotdog only lasts a few minutes, the joy of love from a cat lasts a lifetime—and it’s much better for your waistline!

(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 people to know about it,” said Sharon Harvey, President and CEO of the Cleveland APL. “There are so many benefits to adopting a great shelter pet. We’re helping to encourage pet adoption by dropping our adoption fees. The value is amazing, but the love and companionship given by a new pet is priceless.”