Hermitage No-Kill Cat shelter holding special adoption event - Tucson News Now

Hermitage No-Kill Cat shelter holding special adoption event

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter is holding its second annual 'Kitten Shower' this month.

The 'kitten shower' is open to the public, and will be held on June 28 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There will be burgers, hot dogs and drinks available for a donation, which will go to help the shelter. The event will take place at 5278 E. 21st St., Tucson 85711.

If possible, partygoers are asked to bring a much needed donation, to the shower. During the inaugural event in 2013, 50 kittens and cats were adopted; this year shelter officials are hoping for 80 to 90, which would be a record for the organization.

There will be volunteers on hand to help with adoption and facility tours, as well as to answer any medical questions potential adopters may have about their future pets. 

Those interested in adopting a cat or kitten during the shower, are encouraged to go online ahead of time to fill out paperwork - http://www.hermitagecatshelter.org/index.php/adopt/adopt.

For more information on this shower event please contact the Adoptions Department (520) 571-7839 or email adoptions@hermitagecatshelter.org.

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