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June is Adopt-A-Cat Month at Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority. Throughout the month of June, SVACA is offering kitty companions over the age of one for $50. This is a 50 percent discount over the normal adoption fee!

Pawfurred Pricing in July at HSSV. Throughout the month of July, HSSV is offering Pawfurred Pricing for all adult cats and rabbits (6 months older). HSSV’s Satellite Adoption Centers at PETCO Sunnyvale and PETCO Saratoga will also be participating in Pawfurred Pricing.

Discounted Microchips at Humane Society Silicon Valley. Throughout the month of June, HSSV is offering a discount on pet microchips. Frightened pets often escape during the loud 4th of July holiday and microchipping is one way to ensure a reunion if your pet runs away. Any rescue agency and most veterinary offices have machines available to read the microchip and quickly reunite a lost pet with its family. Walk-in microchipping is $30 plus tax. No appointment is necessary. Call (408) 262-2133 x 108 for more information.

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Do you know what to do when disaster strikes? Attend a free informational class called “Be Pet Prepared” at HSSV and learn what is needed for an emergency kit. See a pet handling demonstration, take a checklist home and view a pet disaster kit. The class will be Thursday, June 30 at 12:30 p.m. Drop-ins welcome!

Kitten Fosters Needed at HSSV. If you have the time, space and want to experience this unique opportunity attend a Kitten Foster Orientation Class or Raising Orphan Kittens Class at HSSV. The next foster class will be held Sunday, July 10 from 12:30-2:30 p.m. and the next orphan kitten class will be Monday, July 11 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Register at www.hssv.org. Class will be held at 901 Ames Ave, Milpitas.

SVACA Needs Kitten Fosters. Visit http://svaca.com/community/foster-parents.html for more information and learn how you can help save lives.

Want to volunteer at HSSV? Attend a PAW’er Hour and learn what exciting opportunities await those interested in sparing a few hours each month to help animals. The next PAW’er Hour is Thursday, June 23 from 2-3 p.m.. You must register for this event. Registration can be done though HSSV’s website, www.hssv.org Orientations will be held at 901 Ames Ave., Milpitas.

SVACA Needs Your Help. If you can donate Science Diet dry or canned dog and cat food, Feline Pine litter, rabbit pellets, cat play structures or Timothy hay for bunnies and guinea pigs, please help. Visit http://svaca.com/aboutus/donations.html to find out more and learn about the other ways you can help SVACA.

HSSV Has a Wish List. HSSV is in desperate need for plastic pet carriers and current needs for Kuranda dog begs, towels, canned cat food, blankets for puppies and older shelter dogs, Kong dog toys, soft dog treats such as Natural Balance Rolls and Pig Ears, peanut butter, canned cheese spread, cat toys, dog sweaters, and heating pads. HSSV can also use unopened Royal Canin dog and cat foods (both wet and dry), unopened Royal Canin kitten and puppy foods, unopened Hills Prescription Diet (any kind, wet or dry), newspaper, kitten formula, grooming clippers, Wee Wee Pads, hard plastic baby keys and digital thermometers. The donation drop-off area at HSSV’s Animal Community Center is available 24/6.

HSSV Needs Donations for the Pet Pantry program. Vist http://hssv.convio.net/site/PageServer?pagename=donate_petpantry for more details and learn how you can donate to this special program to help provide pet food to needy families.

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