“Our shelter sees an increase in the cat population during the summer months as a result of kitten season,” said Dil Luther, Division Manager of Orange County Animal Services and longtime friend of the felines. “Since we have more cats in our care during this time of year, it is crucial to have more adopters. In previous years, this promotion has had a great turnout so we are hoping to continue the streak this year as well.”
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