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Contact: Katie Ingram at
(714) 796-6413

June 30, 2016

“Get ME-OWTTA Here!” Free Cat Adoptions Extended Through July at OC Animal Care

 (Orange, CA) OC Animal Care hosted its first annual “Get ME-OWTTA Here!” cat adoption promotion in June, which offered free cat adoptions on all shelter cats for the entire month.  The response to the promotion was incredible and resulted in 301 cat adoptions, 100 more than last June and a record number for monthly cat adoptions at OC Animal Care!  To continue to help more homeless cats through the busy summer months, OC Animal Care has decided to extend the “Get ME-OWTTA Here!” free cat adoption promotion through July.

Free cat adoptions include all services (FVRCP and Rabies vaccinations, de-worming, flea-treatment, FIV/FELV testing and spay/neuter) except microchip ($17).  Adoption discounts are covered by donations from generous community members.

There are currently more than 70 cats and kittens available for adoption at the shelter and new arrivals come in daily.  Available cats and kittens can be viewed on our website at or in person at the shelter.

“We receive so many cats during this time of year and we anticipate a continued steady intake of cats and kittens throughout the summer.  We hope that this promotion encourages our feline friendly residents to consider giving a deserving homeless cat a loving, forever home.  Shelter cats make wonderful pets!”

For more information on this event or available pets, call 714-935-6848 or visit our website at

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