The Austin Humane Society is kicking off its annual “Summer of Love” cat adoption special with a weekend of promotions starting Friday, May 24 and running through Monday, May 27. To find as many new homes as possible, the shelter is offerin...g $10 adoptions for kittens under one year of age and free adoptions for all adult cats.
The Austin Humane Society hosts the “Summer of Love” campaign every year to encourage the adoption of cats of all ages. Free adoptions for all adult cats (one year of age or older) will continue through Labor Day weekend. http://www.austinhumanesociety.org/
WHAT: More than 80 kittens and adult cats ready for adoption; free adoptions for all senior pets.
WHEN: Friday, May 24 through Monday, May 27
WHERE: Austin Humane Society
124 W. Anderson Lane
Austin, TX 78752See More
As residents in Hood, Johnson, and Ellis counties begin the rebuilding process after Wednesday night's outbreak of tornadoes, those wish to assist have a number of options.
- The Red Cross is providing relief funds to the area through their general disaster relief fund. Those who wish to contribute can text REDCROSS to 90999 and give $10 to the fund.
-Two shelters in Hood County for victims. They are located at First Christian Church, 2109 West Hwy 377 in Granbury and First United Methodist Church, 301 Loop 567 in Granbury.The group is also working to set up a shelter for victims in Johnson County.
-Hood County sheriffs say anyone that wishes to volunteer should report to the First United Methodist Church, 301 Loop 567 in Granbury. Volunteers should meet on the Loop side and look for the CERT trailer, according to a press release.
Seven of 14 people who had previously been unaccounted for had checked in by Thursday morning, Deeds said at a press conference on Thursday. About 100 people were reported injured and as many as 250 were homeless after the swarm of twisters that ripped up trees and knocked down homes on Wednesday evening.
The six deceased were all adults, Deeds said. There have been no reports of injuries to first responders, the sheriff said.
“Everything’s running smooth, everything’s looking good,” Deeds said of recovery efforts on Thursday.
Kelly at the Austin Humane Society sent us a heads up about a lot of wonderful kitties that are up for adoption. This weekend it's a Name Your 'PURRICE' Weekend to help a kitty get a great new loving home.
"Name Your Purrice" cat adoption event this weekendSaturday (4/27) & Sunday (4/28) ). ATX city animal shelter (AAC) is way overloaded with cats, so the Austin Humane Society have stepped in to help. They have brought in 44 of their cats to their shelter in the past 24 hours. Every adoption this weekend will help them both out greatly, so the ATX Humane Society is allowing adopters to name their own price for cats. All the same rules still apply. Adopters must fill out an application, go through all the same questions, and meet with an adoption counselor.
A tip a day was posted on the MAJIC Facebook page for good health for 2013. If you missed them, or didn't get them all, click here for the 31 Tips to make you feel better this year! Cheers to a Happy & Healthy 2013!
If you are running out of ideas of what to do with the kiddos for the rest of the summer break, thenclick here and check out the 'ABC's of Summer'. Besides this post, this website has a lot of family fun ideas and events listed, and lots of them are FREE FUN!