PACC participates in National Adopt a Shelter Cat month - Tucson News Now

PACC participates in National Adopt a Shelter Cat month

(Source: Pima County) (Source: Pima County)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Pima Animal Care Center is helping shelter cats find a new home in June.

Beginning today, PACC is offering a puuurrrfect adoption special on cats and kittens as part of National Adopt a Shelter Cat month.

All felines can be taken home for only $30 during the month of June and each adoption includes a 'goodie bag' that has a coupon for one free veterinarian visit.

PACC officials say they are experiencing overcrowding and want the cats coming in to find a new forever home. In May more than 500 felines were brought in. 

PACC is located at 4000 N. Silverbell Road. 

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