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UPDATE: Another Cat Removed From Filthy Spokane Valley Home

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: SCRAPS pulled another cat from the Spokane Valley home Thursday morning for a total of 31 cats removed from this location.

SCRAPS Animal Protection Officers have not located the owner of the house yet so the animals remain in a holding period. SCRAPS is providing loving care for all the cats that were removed from this situation.

"The inundation of 31 cats has placed our shelter in a very difficult position," said SCRAPS Director Nancy Hill. "We are urgently needing to get our adoptable cats out of the shelter to make room for all of the cats we have and for those that we are receiving so we are reducing our cat adoption fee to only $25.00," she continued.

"We are also accepting donations of clay cat litter or wood pellets, dry and wet cat food preferably Purina One, to help our animals in this time of need," said Jackie Bell SCRAPS Development Coordinator.
All cats and kittens at SCRAPS will be available for adoption for only $25.

These cats will be vaccinated, spayed or neutered, microchippped, licensed and will receive a free veterinary exam.

Cats like Corey, pictured above, are available for only $25 today thru Saturday. This special will start today, Thursday, September 16, 2010, and run thru Saturday, September 18th.

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