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Animal Shelter Hosts Certified, Pre-Owned Cat Sale

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. -

Spring is here and the Spartanburg Humane Society wants to help you expand your family.

They're hosting a "certified, Pre-Owned Cat Sale" now through Sunday. During the sale, you'll be able to adopt cats (6 months and older) for just $20.

That price will include spay or neuter surgery, a negative feline leukemia test, initial vaccinations against distemper and other diseases, flea treatment as well as permanent microchip identification, one free post-adoption exam and one month of free pet health insurance. Usually these services are valued at hundreds of dollars.

If you'd like to adopt a cat, just stop by the Spartanburg Humane Society at 150 Dexter Road in Spartanburg.

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