Summer Adoption Event at the Montville Animal Shelter

If you’re considering  a furry addition to your family, the summer season is the perfect time to provide a shelter dog or cat with a loving home. To encourage pet adoption and bring even more joy to your homes this season, the Montville Animal Shelter is hosting a adoption event on July 28, 2018!

On July 28, 2018 enjoy discounted fees on all animals and free gifts for adopters! The shelter will extend adoption hours and remain open from 2pm-6pm! During the event, adopters can take advantage of the following promotions:

  • Kittens between the ages of 6 months and one year have an adoption fee of $85 which includes spay/neuter, microchip and age appropriate vaccinations!
  • If you choose to adopt two cats adoption fee is $35  for the second kitty.
  • All cats older than one year adoption fee is $50 (+ $10 microchip registration).
  • Cats over 5 years old no adoption fee (microchip registration fee $10).
  • Dog adoption fees will be discounted!
  • Every adopter will receive a gift bag for their pet!

 

There’s no greater gift a shelter animal can receive  than a loving family. You can see some of the wonderful pets for adoption at Montville Shelter Adoptable Pets

 

Summer  Adoption Event:

When:  July 28, 2018

Time:  2pm - 6pm

Where: 7 Church Lane, Montville NJ

More info: Call 973.334-6410

Contact Information
  1. Montville Animal Shelter
  2. 973.334.6410
  3. info@montvillepetparents.org
Sat, July 28
2:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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If you’re considering a furry addition to your family, the summer season is the perfect time to provide a shelter dog or cat with a loving home. To encourage pet adoption and bring even more joy to your homes this season, the Montville Animal Shelter is hosting a adoption event on July 28, 2018!

On July 28, 2018 enjoy discounted fees on all animals and free gifts for adopters! The ...

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Montville Animal Shelter

7 Church Lane
Montville, NJ 07045

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