The holidays may be winding down, but Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary is hoping people in the area have room in their homes for one more very special gift: a new cat.
The no-kill pet facility (with locations in both Green Bay and Marion) is making it easier for people to add a cat to their family by staging a “New Year, New Family” promotion from Jan. 3-8 that lowers the adoption fee to just $50.
The public is encouraged to visit either the Marion facility, E5714 Bork Road, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 4-7 p.m., Saturday from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. or by appointment.
Cat adoption fees normally range from $100-$125. Every animal from Happily Ever After is spayed/neutered, microchipped, up to date with vaccines and tested for a full range of health conditions prior to adoption.
“With winter in full swing, we are doing our best to care for the large number of homeless animals in Northeast Wisconsin,” said Amanda Reitz, president of Happily Ever After. “Unfortunately, neither our space nor resources are limitless, so we’re hoping some wonderful families will come out and take advantage of this very rare reduction in our adoption donation so we can free up more room for other animals in need. These are terrific cats who just want a place to call home in 2011.”
Happily Ever After also houses dogs that are available for adoption. Adoption donations range between $200-$225.
Through the work of the sanctuary and its education, adoption, and spay/neuter programs, the mission of Happily Ever After is to provide both temporary and life time care to animals and bring about a time when all companion animals born in to this world will be guaranteed a quality of life in a loving home.
Visit Happily Ever After at E5714 Bork Road in Marion, or at www.happilyeverafterinfo.org. Donations and volunteers are appreciated.