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Two new cats available
for adoption at Cozy Cat

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If you have room in your home and your heart to welcome a healthy cat, Helga Szekely has two new beautiful felines available for adoption.

All cats are tested for FIV/FeLV (leukemia and feline AIDS), vaccinated, and micro-chipped; and spayed or neutered. There is a fee of $100 for each cat that is adopted, to help cover expenses.

To adopt a cat, contact Szekely at Cozy Cat Kennels, 
18 Inverlyn Cres., Kincardine, call 519-396-3232.

 

"Sally" is a female, about a year old, very loving, friendly, a little bit nervous still, but playful. She was found in Point Clark. She would fit into any home.

"Marilyn" is a female, more than five years old. She has had a tough life, having many litters and the worst teeth. After she was brought in, it was discovered that besides needing to be spayed, she required extensive oral care. All her bad teeth were removed and she has now recovered. She is in excellent shape, very gentle, quiet and needs a caring home urgently. Please consider welcoming this beautiful cat into your home. She came from Bruce County.

Szekely appreciates everyone who has made donations to Cozy Cat and those who have adopted cats. All the cats, besides "Sally" and "Marilyn," have been adopted.

Cozy Cat is joining forces with the Huron County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) again this year to hold a fund-raising "Spay-ghetti" Dinner and Silent Auction, Saturday, March 23, at the Kincardine Legion.

Doors open at 5 p.m. (cash bar), and dinner will be at
6:30 p.m. The meal includes spaghetti, Caesar salad, garlic bread and dessert.

All proceeds go to spay/neuter and care for rescue animals.

Tickets are $15 each for adults, and $7 each for children; children under age five eat for free - available at Country Depot, Jerome Flowers, Quinn Florist, Pet Valu, Queen Street Veterinary Services, Kincardine Animal Clinic, and Cozy Cat (519-396-3232).

For more information, contact the Huron County SPCA at 519-440-0250.


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