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Adopt a Senior Sweetheart in February!
What’s better than a box of chocolates? A kitty that needs a loving home! This Valentine’s Day and through the month of February, we are waiving adoption fees for all cats age 8 and over. Lovely Lulu is just one of the older and wiser felines currently available at Animal Friends Rescue Project. Senior cats are easy to love and are some of the most grateful furry friends. Stop by our AFRP Adoption Center in Pacific Grove to meet some felines that are aged to purrfection! Check out our available cats.

Looking for a Home - Ziggy
Ziggy is about to have the kind of one-year anniversary no homeless pet wants to have. On February 24, it will have been one year since he came into our program as a homeless stray from the Monterey County Shelter. He’s a 2-year-old, 5-pound Chihuahua mix with a sweet and gentle personality. Diagnosed with a seizure disorder, Ziggy’s condition is being successfully controlled with daily medication. Help us give Ziggy something to celebrate by offering him a forever home! Click here for an online adoption application.

Love is in the Air - Time to Spay and Neuter!
February is the peak pregnancy month for cats, making this the perfect time to get family pets and free roaming cats spayed and neutered. A single female cat can have several litters per year, and that adds up quickly at our local shelters. AFRP can help with Trap/Neuter/Return (TNR) advice, low cost vouchers that can be redeemed at participating local vet clinics, and free mobile spay neuter appointments. Click here for more information.

A Warm Welcome to Staff Member Kris Boudreau!
Join us in welcoming Kris Boudreau, our new AFRP Volunteer Coordinator/Operations Supervisor! Kris earned his degree in Business Administration at CSUMB and spent the last few years working in retail management. If Kris looks familiar, it’s because he worked as AFRP’s Cat Intake Coordinator several years ago. His compassion for animals and love of people drew him back to our organization. Kris looks forward to working with our amazing volunteers and helping save furry lives. Feel free to stop in and say hello to Kris!

Zen and Dakota’s Happy Tail
Cupid worked overtime this month, and helped find a fabulous home for two of our wobbly kittens with Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH). We wanted to share a recent photo and update from their adopters Anne Marie and Damon: “Last month we adopted Zen, and then came back a few days later and adopted his sister Dakota. Now they cuddle, wrestle and play together. Because both have CH, we are rarely aware that they are different than other cats. They have made our home so much sweeter. Thank you so much!” Read more happy adoption stories on our AFRP Facebook page.

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