Dollar Cat Day Comes to the Cleveland Animal Protective League

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If you've been waiting for the purrfect time to pick up a new pal, wait no more. Tomorrow, the Cleveland Animal Protective league is offering up Dollar Cat Day (Yes, it's a play off of Progressive Field's long-standing Dollar Dog Night). 

Friday only, folks can take home an adult cat over one year of age for just a buck, while kittens will be available for just $10 (Regularly adults cats run $45 and kittens are $95).



All adoptable cats from the APL have been spayed-neutered, tested for heartworm or FeLV/FIV and have received worm and flea vaccinations. Also included is a free initial veterinary exam and eligibility for 30-45 days of free ShelterCare pet health insurance. 

Browse all adoptable pets at clevelandapl.org, then head over to the Cleveland APL tomorrow — they're open late, until 8 p.m.


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