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National Cat Day promotes cat adoptions


Last updated 10/23/2016 at Noon

Lulu is at the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary waiting to be adopted.

FALLBROOK – As the pet of the week, Lulu is here with a public service announcement. She wants to remind everyone that cats are good for them. Having a cat reduces stress and loneliness. All are invited to come by the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary to meet Lulu and all her friends Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday (from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.).

Since Oct. 29 is National Cat Day, the sanctuary will offer discounted fees for the first 10 approved cat adoptions on that day. The special fee for one kitten is $50 or two kittens for $75; for an adult cat it is $25 or two for $35, starting at 1 p.m....

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