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SCRAPS Overwhelmed With Black Cats & Kittens...Want One? They're Offering A Special Deal

OFFICIAL PRESS RELEASE: SCRAPS currently has an overwhelming number of black cats and kittens. "We have approximately 19 black cats and kittens," said Lead Animal Protection Officer Nicole Montano. "Statistically black pets are always the hardest to adopt because their personalities are harder to see in their kennels and cages," she continued.

SCRAPS is offering a special on all black cats and kittens with an adoption price of only $20. That adoption price includes their spay/neuter surgery, current vaccinations, microchip, license and a free veterinarian examination.

This special begins today, August 9 and runs through Saturday August 13th. SCRAPS is open Monday through Saturday, noon until 5:30 p.m.


Top ten reasons to adopt a black cat:
#1: We are always sleek, stylish and elegant looking.
#2: You'll never lose us in a snowstorm.
#3: Black fur won't show up on your [chic] black clothing.
#4: Statistically speaking, we are friendlier than other cats.
#5: We are happier because we look thinner!
#6: In many cultures, we are considered GOOD luck.
#7: We can be slimming when draped over your lap.
#8: We can easily accessorize our collars because everything goes with black.
#9: We are always appropriately dressed at cocktail parties.
#10: We take the longest to get adopted and need your help the most!!

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