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Pet of the Week: Meet Grady!

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Are you thinking about a furry new addition to your family? Now might be just the time, the Dane County Humane Society is filling up fast, especially with cats. It's near cat capacity and there are many animals in need of a loving home.

Grady is one of them. The male domestic shorthair loves nose rubs and is a great lap cat. You may fall in love with his rumbling purr.

The humane society is making it easy to take Grady and other cats home, Friday, August 9th it's offering reduced cat adoption fees.

You can get a cat for just $5 as part of $5 Feline Friday.  There are now over 80 cats being cared for by DCHS in need of forever homes.

"We want to help all of the incoming cats that need us and we're running out of space!" says Gayle Viney, Public Relations Coordinator for DCHS.  "The community has stepped up and helped us in the past when our population has gotten this high – we hope there are people ready and interested in adopting a cat right now." 

REDUCED CAT ADOPTION FEES – FRIDAY, AUGUST 9

  • Adult cat (age 6 months and older) adoption fees reduced to $5 + tax (normally $40)!
  • Kitten adoption fees reduced to $20 + tax (normally $125)!

Save almost 85% off the normal adoption fees while also saving a life.  Remember, adoption fees help cover only a portion of the costs DCHS incurs with all cat spay/neuter surgeries, microchipping, Revolution (heartworm and flea protection), Distemper and Rabies vaccines, feline leukemia (FeLV) and FIV testing, and ringworm cultures.

You can visit 5 great locations on Friday to meet your new best friend and take advantage of these special prices!

  • DCHS Main Shelter, 5132 Voges Road, Madison 53718
  • DCHS Adoption Center West, 7475 Mineral Point Road, Madison 53717
  • Mounds – Sun Prairie, 2422 Montana Ave, Sun Prairie 53590
  • Mounds – Middleton, 8311 University Ave, Middleton 53562
  • Mounds – Janesville, 1725 Lodge Dr, Janesville 53545
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