Young-Williams Animal Center is working to fight pet overpopulation in Knox County, by launching a new program that refocuses the shelter's efforts to spay and neuter animals.
Adding a feline to your family is a little cheaper now. Young-Williams Animal Center is reducing the adoption fees for kittens and cats.
Many people have taken advantage of the discounts. The center says in just a week, 77 cats and kittens have found new homes.
The discount is in honor of "Adopt-a-Shelter-Cat" Month. The discount lasts until June 30th.
Adults cats between the ages of five months and six years cost $10 to adopt. The fee for kittens is $50 while senior cats are free.
All adoptions include spaying or neutering, microchipping, and vaccinations.
For more information, contact Young-Williams or visit their website at www.young-williams.org.