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All Tabby, Tiger-pattern, black or mostly black cats and kittens are ONLY $30 to adopt!

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LITTLE TIGERS AND PANTHERS!

Visit Cat’s Cradle for your very own little Tiger or Panther during our August promotion!!  All Tabby or Tiger-pattern cats and kittnes AND all black or mostly black cats and kittens are ONLY $30 to adopt!

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SUMMERTIME CHALLENGE!!

Help us raise $100,000 this summer!!  A very generous donor has offered to match the first $100,000 we raise between July 15th and August 15th!!  Help us meet this GOAL!!

2014 Summertime Challenge

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Help Us Raise $100,000!  A Generous Donor will match the first $50,000 we raise from July 15th to August 15th!!  Help us make this GOAL!!

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Matt Chan, from Cat’s Cradle appeared on WHSV with Sweet William and Peppermint Patty. Sweet William found his furrever home right after his TV appearance!

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June 12 is National “No Kill” Day and several of our shelters in the Shenandoah Valley including Shenandoah Valley Animal Services Center and the Page County Animal Shelter didn’t euthanize any animals today.  Matt Chan from Cat’s Cradle talks about how important it is for all of our local animal service organizations to partner together to help save lives and get homeless animals adopted!

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Matt and “Izzy” were on WHSV’s Pet of the Week!  See their television spot here!


 

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On May 18th, Cat’s Cradle held a jazz concert and reception to say thank you to our Pet Partners for all their support of our livesaving programs.  Check it out!

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Matt Chan from Cat’s Cradle and Ann Anderson from the Rockingham/Harrisonburg SPCA recently talked to Carly Stephenson of station WHSV in Harrisonburg about the number of cats going into the SPCA shelter.  This shelter euthanizes more than 70% of these cats and the numbers have remained consistent at more than 700 cats annually over the last three years. Matt talks about Cat’s Cradle’s efforts to help pet owners spay and neuter their cats as a way to help reduce these numbers.

http://www.whsv.com/home/headlines/Cats-in-the-Valley-260849841.html

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