Clive Ellis, CARES Cat Shelter’s Public Relations and Fundraising Char, poses at the PetSmart in Langley where CARES will be offering cats and kittens up for adoption (Photo by Kieran O’Connor/Black Press Media).

VIDEO: Cats available for adoption at PetSmart this weekend

CARES cat shelter aims to provide beautiful homes for their cats and kittens through adoption

Bring in beautiful cats and kittens into your home through CARES Cat Shelter.

“To adopt as many cats into good loving homes as we can is the goal for this weekend” said Clive Ellis, Public Relations and Fundraising Chair for CARES Cat Shelter.

Saturday and Sunday, for their last adoption event of 2018, CARES is offering cats and kittens at the PetSmart in Langley.

For more information regarding this weekend’s adoption event, visit CARES Cat Shelter on their Facebook page here.


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