BCC Announces Kitty Adopt-a-Thon

More than 80 felines will be available to adopt on Sept. 21 during the first annual Branford Compassion Club's 12-hour "Adopt-a-thon."

On Sat. Sept. 21, Branford Compassion Club (BCC) will hold its first 12-hour Feline Adopt-A-Thon,; but for those interested in getting the process started, adoption applications are being accepted now.

BCC has more than 80 felines ready to be adopted out during the morning-into-night event, taking place 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. at BCC Feline Rescue & Adoption Center, 2037 Foxon Road, North Branford. There's even a two-for-one kitten adoption "special." Here are the details, provided by BCC:

BCC Press Release: Fall is in the air, and it’s back-to-school time again.   If you are looking for a study buddy to keep you company while you hit the books on those crisp fall evenings, look no further - Branford Compassion Club has the purr-fect (four-legged) companion.

On Saturday, September 21st, from 10am -10pm, Branford Compassion Club Feline Rescue & Adoption Center will hold its first ever Feline Adopt-A-Thon with a “Back to School” theme.  More than 80 felines are available for adoption and would love to cuddle up with you while you study, or just relax, on a chilly autumn afternoon or evening.  During the Adopt-A-Thon, BCC will be offering a two-for-one kitten adoption special. 

If you adopt one kitten, you may adopt a second kitten without paying an additional adoption fee. The adoption fees are $150 for kittens and $50 for adult cats.  This fee includes spay or neutering, testing for feline diseases, first round of inoculations for kittens, and up-to-date vaccinations for adults.

You can get the process started early by submitting an adoption application from BCC’s website.  www.branfordcompassionclub.org.

Branford Compassion Club Feline Rescue & Adoption Center is located at 2037 Foxon Rd in North Branford. Monetary and food donations are always welcome and much appreciated.   Branford Compassion Club Feline Adoption & Rescue Center is not funded by the town and relies solely on private donations.  It is staffed completely by unpaid volunteers, so all donations directly benefit the cats.



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