Adopt a Carolina Mini-Panther to Help Empty Animal Shelters

Image source: SPCAWake.org
Image source: SPCAWake.org

The Wake County, North Carolina SPCA is making the most of Super Bowl fever, offering up “Carolina Mini-Panthers” for adoption.

Trying to empty shelters is an ongoing challenge, especially with the overpopulation of pets and the lack of homes. Shelters can only help as many pets as they have room for, so it’s important to find pets in need homes as soon as possible. Many shelters offer specials on adult pets, 2-f0r-1 adoption sprees, and other specials to help encourage pet lovers to adopt.

The North Carolina SPCA is now giving animal lovers the chance to bring home a “Carolina Mini-Panther” of their own. Riding on the excitement of the Denver Broncos’ and the Carolina Panthers’ face-off in the upcoming Super Bowl, cats ages three years and over are being deemed “mini-panthers” and their adoption fees will be waived.

If you choose to adopt a mini-panther, your panther will be spayed or neutered, and will have a wellness exam, a microchip, deworming, and vaccinations. In short, your mini panther will be all set and ready to begin its life with you.

The promotion began on Tuesday, February 2nd and continues through the day of the Super Bowl, February 7th. If the Carolina Panthers win the Super Bowl, the promotion will be extended through the end of February.

You can see the adoptable cats and kittens at the Wake County SPCA’s website.

 

 

 

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