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Proud to be the FIRST Pets for Patriots Shelter in Tennessee!
2014 - Spay/Neuter Assistance for Pets, Inc (SNAP)
plans to issue more than 100 free spay/neuter vouchers to low income Monroe County Residents in Madisonville on Saturday, June 14th from 10 to 11 am and Saturday, October 11th from 10 to 11 am. Vouchers will be available at the Cora Veal Senior Center located at 144 College Street.
See S.N.A.P. Information
For more info, go to SNAP Web Site: http://www.orgsites.com/tn/spay-neuter-monroe-county/ For information on how to qualify, contact Mike or Susan Cleverdon at 423-884-6801.

Prevention is wiser than destruction.  Please neuter your pets.

MCFA

Shelter pets are the best! WOW! Another 2 beautiful female feline friends this week!

Abigail is a beautiful longhair. A “classic example’ of the Himalayan breed with beautiful blue eyes-she may be purebred. She is only 6 years old, 8.8 pounds, spayed and was surrendered by her owner…She appears to be very friendly, but a bit uncertain of her current surroundings in the cat room…She will require regular brushing for her long beautiful locks and that is a great way to spend quality time with ANY cat. (Most cats with this “flat face” do much better eating out of a flat plate instead of a bowl….and due to the shape of “breed specific” cat food, she would probably do best with a dry food made for Persian cats in addition to canned food).

Both cats have been “fixed”, wormed, have tested negative for felv/fiv, treated with flea preventive and will be current on all vaccinations when you take them home. Come on over to the shelter and visit with them!

                   

Cats' sense of hearing is remarkably superior to that of humans. This means that cats can hear sounds we can't hear on both ends of the spectrum, particularly the higher end. Cats' ears are uniquely designed to draw sound into the ear canal, which enables them to hear sounds like a mouse rustling in the brush 30 feet away. By the same token, their ears are more sensitive to higher amplitude of sound. It is common knowledge that humans' hearing can be compromised by repeated exposure to loud music/TV. Cats may be more susceptible to potential deafness from the same cause. Easily prevented from this potential issue…No loud music around your pets…

Having a bad day? Stop by the Shelter during business hours and play with a puppy….cuddle a cat….walk a dog…..rub a kitten belly…..amazing how much better you (and the pet) will feel! It also makes them more sociable & adoptable! FREE-UNLIMITED kitty purrs and puppy kisses available-every day. Volunteer and get your daily dose. Volunteers always welcome! Support the animals and support our shelter.

Featured shelter needs this week are for laundry detergent, paper towels, rooms, mops, Dawn Dishwashing Liquid and Bleach. Ongoing donations of these items are ALWAYS needed and appreciated-as you can imagine cleaning NEVER stops at the shelter. Visit the shelter at 170 Kefauver Lane in Madisonville (behind Wal-Mart) Tuesday-Friday from 10-5 and Saturdays from 9-1. The shelter is closed to the public on Sundays and Mondays. Call 423-442-1015 for more information.


NOTE: All animals are spayed/neutered before adoption.
Please spay or neuter your own pets and help us keep our county's pet population under control.