The Haven will be Matchmaking with February Adoption Promotion


THE HAVEN WILL BE MATCHMAKING WITH FEBRUARY ADOPTION PROMOTION

Contact: Michael Graham
251-929-9294
mgraham@havenforanimals.org

FAIRHOPE, Ala.- The Haven will be joining animal shelters and rescue groups all over the country for the Best Friends adoption promotion "The One.” For the first two weeks in February (1st-14th), any animal can be adopted for only $14. Two adoption events will take place during this promotion. The first one will be on Feb. 6 at Pet Supermarket (11am-3pm). The second one will be at PetSmart on Feb. 13 (11am-3pm).

Just like dating competitions have procedures to find out how compatible contestants are with each other, The Haven has an adoption process. This process, which includes potential adopters filling out applications, assures each pet and family is perfectly matched. Dating competitions come with prizes contestants can win. The Haven sends each adopted pet home with prizes that include a free bag of Hills Science Diet and 30 days of free pet health insurance. All Haven animals are up-to-date on vaccinations, microchipped, dewormed, spayed/neutered, tested for heartworms and treated if necessary, tested for feline AIDS and leukemia, and receive monthly parasite prevention.

The Haven would like to match at least 20 pets with furrever families. A few contestants are: Catelyn Stark loves playing outside in fresh air and sunshine, walks and chowing down on a Kong. Janice is an experienced lap warmer who purrs when brushed and loved. Ladies, how about some fun in the sunbeams with Jango, a 2-year-old mellow cat.

Will any of these or their shelter friends be "The One” for you? Come to an adoption event, The Haven or the website and find out.

About The Haven™

The Haven™ began implementing life-saving programs for abandoned, abused and neglected animals in Baldwin County in 2000. The nonprofit, no-kill shelter is a 501{c}3 organization and at any given time, about 60-70 animals call the shelter home. The animal shelter works together with like-minded organizations and municipal animal control shelters to create a no-kill Baldwin County. More than 6,000 homeless cats and dogs have found their life-long loving home.









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