Adoption day for older animals

East Hartford - posted Mar, 23 2012

Protectors of Animals, Inc., will host a "Senior Sunday" on March 25 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its Cat Adoption Center, 144 Main St., East Hartford. There are many "senior" cats (age seven and older) who get overlooked by adopters who are mostly seeking younger cats or kittens. Many senior cats have been at the shelter for a long time and POA needs to find them all loving homes. Many of these mature cats are beautiful, mature, playful and healthy cats that have been abandoned by their previous owners. They all have been S/N, tested for FIV/Felv, updated on all shots, many have had their dental work also. Each one is individual in its traits, coloring and temperament. They deserve a home that can give them a warm lap, a sunny window, some gentle words and much needed security. Stop by the POA Cat Adoption Center, at 144 Main St., East Hartford to see them up close and personally. Or, view them at POA Adoption Application and screening applies (adoption form on website). Adoption request greatly reduced. Protectors of Animals, is a no kill, all volunteer, nonprofit animal rescue organization, rescuing primarily dogs, puppies, kittens and cats that are strays, abandoned, abused or impounded. POA has been rescuing since 1975 and adopts at least 600 animals each year. Don't miss out on finding a companion with a bit of wisdom and personality. They are wonderful creatures in need of a loving home and companionship.

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