The senior for seniors program waives the adoption fees of animals over five years for adopters who are aged 59 or older. It is a really nice thing to do for those older cats and long term cats, and a fabulous thing for our seniors!
|Lois Hall scratches Chow the cat.|
|Kiki waits for his forever home. He was adopted later that day.|
|Lois Hall accepts a hug from Chow the cat with the help of YHS volunteer, Linda Greenberg.|
|Princess the cat snuggles his new owner Cindy Hall with YHS’ Erika Stone.|
|Snoopy takes in his surroundings while Erika Stone completes his adoption paperwork.|
I have been qa kitten foster mom in the past, and after reading about this event really makes me want to jump back into it. I just loved that time with those babies. :)
If you would like to learn more about the Yavapai Humane Society senior events you can contact Erika at 928-445-2666 extension 16. You can also email them at email@example.com. Learn more about the Yavapai Humane Society by following this link: Yavapai Humane Society.
And of course as I mentioned I used to be a kitten foster mom, I just had to share some pics!
|Fostering kittens means you get to enjoy lots of cuteness, but it is also lots of work.|
|Chance was absolutely one of the cutest and most toy-like kittens ever.|
|Being a kitten foster mom means you get a lot scratches, but it is worth it.|
|I called him Phantom, because he reminded me of the Phantom of the Opera.|
|This is Abigail (We had to keep her extra long because she didn't gain weight like the others. It all worked out though, because Dave adopted her!|