On June 3, 2020

June is adopt-a-shelter-cat month 

The Rutland County Humane Society (RCHS) would like to remind you that June is “Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month.” Every year at RCHS we care for nearly 800 cats and kittens and they are all looking for loving homes. There are many benefits to adopting a cat and before you know it they’ve become members of your family! Cats are very entertaining and will keep you laughing with their playful antics. They also love to cuddle and get lots of well-deserved attention.  Having a cat around can lower your blood pressure and provide companionship for many years.  They can also be independent and will do well left alone while you’re at work. With so many benefits we hope you will adopt at least one! Please call the Adoption Center at 802-483-6700 and fall in love with a cat this month. For more information visit rchsvt.org.

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