"Special Needs September" Features Cat Care Society’s Perpet-U-Care Program

Adoption Special Showcases Adoptable Cats Eligible for CCS Perpet-U-Care Veterinary Assistance

Lakewood, CO, September 13, 2015 --(PR.com)-- During the month of September, Cat Care Society (CCS) is offering the Special Needs September promotion for all CCS senior cats (age 10+) and adult cats having chronic health problems with these reduced fees:

* $40 adoption fee for Senior and Special Needs cats.

* $20 adoption fee for the disabled (disability discount) and senior adopters age 60+ of these Senior and Special Needs Cats in the promotion.

The announcement is made by CCS Board President Gail Tinianow, who says: “All the senior and special needs cats in our Special Needs September adoption promotion are eligible for our ‘unique to the industry' CCS Perpet-U-Care program.”

Perpet-U-Care covers $250 in medical services at the CCS Cat Clinic annually for cats 10+ years and cats with special chronic health problems (note: it does not include wellness exams, vaccines and cremation). To learn more about the CCS Perpet-U-Care program, visit: http://www.catcaresociety.org/adoptions/perpet-u-care.

To view the “Special Needs September” Information Flyer, visit: http://www.catcaresociety.org/_assets/Special%20Needs%20September%20InformationFlyer.pdf

Link to view the Facebook Album of the CCS Senior and Special Needs Cats: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10153516954728350.1073741909.52057713349&type=3

Please note: as with all reduced fee adoption promotions, the CCS standard screening process applies.

The Cat Care Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for homeless, injured and abused cats in the Denver metropolitan area. In an effort to prevent animal neglect and abuse, CCS offers educational programs that promote responsible pet ownership and humane treatment of all animals; provides shelter for cats in a healthy, cage-free environment; and works to find compatible families for every feline that comes into the facility. The shelter provides a loving, temporary refuge for more than 50 cats at any given time, affordable veterinary services to the general public and a free food and litter bank for cat owners experiencing temporary financial challenges. For more information, please visit www.catcaresociety.org, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook.
Cat Care Society
Maggie Holben
(303) 669-3558