Feline Facility Focuses on Finding Friendly Families
KREX News Room
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - A local cat shelter is asking for the public's help in giving 15 furry felines a new home.
CLAWS Rescue and Adoption Center recently received more than two dozen cats from a home in New Mexico that had 90 living there.
Best Friends Animal Sanctuary contacted CLAWS about the hoarding case and asked the well-known facility to take them in.
"They look really healthy. They've already been neutered, leukemia tested, vaccinated and de-wormed through Best Friends," explained Valerie Mazrin of CLAWS.
The group is asking for any and all interested parties to contact them about getting these fuzzy friends adopted out.
CLAWS will be out as early as Wednesday, through this weekend, at Chow Down Pet Supplies and other pet store locations. For more information, call the shelter at 241-3793.