Friday, December 3, 2010

Michigan Holiday Adoption Event! 200 Cats And Kittens Need A Furever Home!



The 200 cats and kittens -- in every color and breed imaginable including purebreds, all spayed or neutered, examined by a licensed veterinarian and vaccinated -- will be available for adoption:

 December 10-12

at Pet Supplies Plus

in White Lake, Michigan

   Adoption fees of $59/cat

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 Adopters get a holiday goody bag for their new pet that includes cat food, toys and a gift card for a free wellness exam at The Cat Practice   , in Birmingham, Michigan.



Hours for the holiday cat adoption event and Pet Supplies Plus Christmas open house are:  4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fri., December 10; 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Sat., December 11; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sun., Dec. 12.

   Shoppers will be treated to some great holiday specials on pet supplies, prize drawings and complimentary holiday refreshments.

   Pet owners can get a picture with Santa and their pet from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, December 12 by making a donation to Oakland Pet Adoption Center.


Pet Supplies Plus
in White Lake
 is at 6845 Highland Rd. (M-59)
   For more information
 call 248-889-4131
 or go to www.oakgov.com/petadoption/calendar/

41 comments:

  1. What festive photos, absolutely beautiful. HoHoHo to you all.

    Hello...we are back from Thanksgiving travels and just getting caught up enough to spend a few minutes with our blogging friend/s. Boy is it amazing how far behind you get when you don't check in daily. LOL

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  2. Hope all the cats and kittens find their furever home as soon as possible.

    However, I also hope the potential adopters do think twice before they bring any furkids home. I know it's a Christmas season and it is the time that we give presents to the ones that we love, however, pets sometimes do become one of the gift items. I've heard that many pets are returned or given to the shelters after Christmas because the BUYERS or gift RECEIVERS feel that they either can't handle the furkids or they just don't want the furkids anymore.

    So I do hope all adopters come with a pure loving heart, adopt a pet and love and take care of them for the rest of their pet's life!

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  3. Patti thanks!
    So glad to see you back and hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!
    Ohhhh I know keeping up with these blogs is extremely time consuming...it take me HOURS! I do the best that I can do....I try to hit all of them that I follow, every day but sometimes you just can't!
    Thank you for visiting us! xoxo

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  4. Priscilla I hope so too and you made some very, very important points in your comment and I thank you for that!
    You are so right that people need to be sure they NEED, WANT and can PROVIDE for either a dog or a kitty if they get one for the holidays.
    I think first time owners should not adopt at this time of year unless they are adopting for themselves and are SURE that they can provide for the dog or cat....I am going to post your quote again here:"So I do hope all adopters come with a pure loving heart, adopt a pet and love and take care of them for the rest of their pet's life!" because I think you said it best! xoxo

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  5. That is a lot of cats! I sure hope they get adopted into safe and loving homes!

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  6. Let's hope these cats get permanent forever homes!

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  7. It's a great idea!! I too hope that people who are potential adopters will also understand that the kitties "on show" are looking for forever and loving homes that are for life - forever and ever!!!

    Good luck to these fabulous kitties - if I could I'd fly over there and take them all!! Sigh.

    Take care
    x

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  8. thanks to all! yes, let's hope these poor babies find their furever homes!
    @Old Kitty, that was soooo sweet, I feel the same!

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  9. Aww I hope all the kitties find good homes and are not just given as thoughtless holiday gifts!

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  10. Deserving, every single one. I worry about them all so very much.

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  11. I love these babies..each and every one and I so badly hope, as do the rest of us, that they go to safe loving homes. God bless them. And those who help..people kike you, Caren.

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  12. Mes came from the SPCA. Mes was badly abused and people had hurt me. So most new peoples did not want me cuz I was a horrible cat.
    Peoples should know what they are getting into when they gets a cat. I hope this works for all those kitties.
    >^..^<
    Nellie

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  13. Too informative post and useful too but i think potential adoptors do think more times and that's the good idea.

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  14. thank you all for your wonderful comments! Thanks for caring!
    @Admiral Hestorb...I am just one of many, many, many messengers...if I had a lot of money my dream would be to adopt them ALL! (on a farm or something!)
    xoxox to you all!

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  15. Aunty Caren,
    What a noble effort this is. I like. purrr....meow!

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  16. It's a sad result of our poor economy that so many more pets are landing in shelters. thanks for posting about it and I hope everyone will consider a shelter pet. All of my cats and one of my dogs came from shelters. They all were so happy to have a new home and are wonderful additions to our household.

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  17. Hello!How are You?!
    Very interesting and beautiful post!

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  18. @Cat In Sydney...the people sponsoring the adoption are the noble ones! Not me! I am just the messenger....wish I could adopt them all!

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  19. Hi Chris!
    You are sooo right! How many cats/dogs do you have? Thanks so much for reading!

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  20. Hope all those kitties find good homes!

    About Wally: Yes, this plant is definitely kitty-safe (as in non-poisonous) but NOT safe from kitty-destruction, MOL!

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  21. Agree with Priscilla, that happens far too often. Cats and dogs shouldn't be given as surprise gifts, it's a big decision that has to be made as a family.

    It's a good thing they're all de-sexed as well, when our kittens got spayed the vet said it's the best thing you can do if you don't plan to breed - too many kittens are simply dumped!!

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  22. Love that cute pic! Santa should stop for all furries and fluffies. Didn't realise you live in Michigan; that's where my husband is from.

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  23. Hi Caren,

    Thanks for stopping by! Ooo this is such a great idea! Hope all 200 kitties will be able to find their forever homes:)

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  24. @spitty, whew!! I KNEW it had to be safe because you are a good kitty Mama!

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  25. @Ruth I do agree with Priscilla as well but if the family is experienced with pets and know what they are getting into and are not SURPRISED with a pet it is a fabulous idea!

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  26. @Au and Target, I will definitely spread the word....do you have a link you can share? or....I will go in your site and look and see if you have one :)

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  27. @Yuki and Joyce I am happy I did and you are so welcome! I am following you too! :)

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  28. Dear Friend,This is very beautiful idea...

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  29. I saw that white (in my blog) cat in our city...

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  30. Wow -- what a great thing they are doing! I hope there is so much traffic that every single kitty finds a home! These are the organizations that deserve extra press :)

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  31. Angie me too!! I agree! I am going to be posting this again next this Fri since the event is next weekend. Hope A LOT of kitties find a furever home!

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  32. Hey Caren, it sounds like a great event. We wish we could afford another kitty, but it's not meant to be right now.

    We've started a week of giveaways at www.PetBlogsUnited.com, so stop by & you could be a winner!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  33. Hi Oskar (and Pam!) Yep it is a great event but believe me I know what you mean. You have more pets than we do...we only have 2 because that is all we are allowed to have at our condo....wish we could have sooo many more!
    Thanks for telling me about the giveaways! I will stop by one day soon! :)

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  34. Those pictures are adorable. I'm sure that there will be homes for lots of them!

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  35. Hi Heather! The end result was that 70 cats were adopted and I believe 3 dogs (not bad!) I mentioned on your other comment that I clicked on your name and saw that you have a dog/pet sitting service. You are in the same area as my sister-in-law. She is in Plantation. She has 3 cats and one dog....not sure if she needs a Pet Sitter but in the event she does I copied your link and sent it to her!

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  36. interesting blog. It would be great if you can provide more details about it. Thanks you

    Pet Portraits

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  37. Perfect idea.
    I've quiet enjoyed the experience of reading your blog so far.
    Pet Sitting Denver

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