- Aug 14 2021
- 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
- Signature Event
YEG Adoption Event
AARCS NORTH HAVEN 📍 HOLDING EMERGENCY CAT + CRITTER ADOPTION EVENT
⭐ SATURDAY · AUGUST 14 · 11AM — 4PM
📍 8108 Coronet Rd NW, Edmonton, Alberta
meow is the time to find your purrfect match!
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$25 Adoption Fees for Adult Cats and Critters on-site!
Meet Adoptables: aarcs.ca/nh-adopt & more
· Don’t Forget to Bring Your Own Pet Carrier!
· Learn About Volunteer Opportunities!
· Wish-List Donation of Canned Cat Food, Litter or Cash Donations Appreciated!
· Chance to Win a Door Prize!
WHY ADOPT MEOW?
Animal rescues and shelters across the province have been inundated with homeless cats and kittens, and the requests for help are not slowing down. Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) is one of those organizations that has been feeling the impact and is on the verge of having to shut its doors to new intakes as they approach capacity. Currently AARCS is caring for nearly 450 cats and without adopters coming forward we cannot continue to assist those vulnerable in our community.
“Our North Haven location primarily serves as a cat and small animal adoption centre, our adoption numbers have slowed dramatically over the summer months. We have been receiving a large number of requests from people needing assistance with stray and unowned cats, and sadly we are near capacity.” says Jamey Blair, Operations Manager.
As a result AARCS North Haven (Edmonton) will be hosting an emergency cat and small animal adoption event this Saturday August 14th from 11:00am – 4:00pm. AARCS is encouraging the public to come forward and adopt a cat or rabbit to help empty the shelter. Adult cats and small animal adoption fees will all be $25 during the event. AARCS North Haven is located at 8108 Coronet Rd NW and parking is available onsite.
All cats are up to date with their medical, vaccinations, spaying/neutering, deworming and are microchipped and rabbits have had a veterinary exam and are spayed/neutered. There will be information on fostering an animal and volunteering with the society. AARCS is calling on the community for help in finding homes for these very deserving felines and is also encouraging everyone to please spay and neuter their pets.
In addition, AARCS will be accepting donations from our wish-list of canned cat food, cat litter and financial donations to cover mounting veterinary bills for the homeless cats in their society. For more information visit aarcs.ca/nh-adopt