Forever Homes for Felines around Valentine’s Day

Reported by: Ellen Bryan

Contributor: Melanie Kendall
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Updated: 2/08 11:54 pm
 

Several cats had the chance to find a good home during the annual Feline Valentine Adoption event.

Artique hosted the event for the Woodford County Animal Shelter.

Organizers say Saturday’s event, which is being held close to Valentine’s Day, is a natural hit because of the unconditional love of an animal.

“It is very important and the community comes out and supports us,” said Marty Vaughn, a volunteer with the shelter. “Helps us find forever homes for our adoptable pets and it really makes a difference because every time we free up space in our adoption center that means another pet can stay until they find their home.”

Saturday was just for the cats but volunteer said they will have a Dog-Daddy Day, which will be held around Father’s Day, also at Artique.

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