Every other Wednesday, we take some time and introduce you to cats up for adoption at the CPV Rescue and Sanctuary. Normally, we would have them come to the office, but with the uptick in COVID-19 cases, we'll be introducing our next kittens virtually.

Here is what Mare, Executive Director of the Rescue, has to say:

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"Please meet six month old brothers, Canoe and Kayak! Where you see one, you'll always see the other. They play, eat and sleep together. Canoe is a little on the sheer side but will warm up quickly in a home of his own. Both are fine with other cats and would get along with a dog on a slow introduction. These boys are bonded and must be adopted together. Their adoption fee is $120 for both.

If you're interested in meeting them, please call 315-381-3605 and leave a message. We are allowing 2 people per 1/2 hour appointments. Please make sure you wear a mask also! Thank you!"

Staffworks is matching donations through it's Save A Life Campaign. Please consider a donation today to help out our friends as the rescue!

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