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Washington County Gives

Post-Event Update: Washington County Gives was a huge success! You helped us raise $16,915 so that we can care for the homeless, sick and abused animals of Washington County. Because of your gifts, we exceeded last year's giving total! We even came in second place for the total number of donors (158!) and received an extra $1,000 in prizes from the Community Foundation of Washington County. These prizes push our total close to $18,000!

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Traveling Fosters Cat Cafe

Join our Traveling Fosters for a special Cat Cafe! The HSWC transforms into a cute cafe with hot coffee and roaming cats and kittens! All will be available for adoption!

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Free Cat Friday!

Feline adoption fees are waived EVERY Friday at the HSWC!  Adopt a cat or kitten that has been spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated according to age -- at no charge!

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Free Cat Friday!

Feline adoption fees are waived EVERY Friday at the HSWC!  Adopt a cat or kitten that has been spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated according to age -- at no charge!

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Free Cat Friday!

Feline adoption fees are waived EVERY Friday at the HSWC!  Adopt a cat or kitten that has been spayed or neutered, microchipped, and vaccinated according to age -- at no charge!

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Paint Fur A Cause

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Kitten Shower Kick-Off Party

The HSWC Foster Care program is launching the kitten supply drive with a special Kitten Shower Kick-Off Party. All are invited to attend and encouraged to bring a donation. The most urgently needed donations are Purina Kitten Chow, canned kitten food, Yesterday’s News kitty litter, baby blankets, kitten baby bottles and formula. Or shop from our Kitten Shower Amazon Wish List.

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Kitten Shower

April 8, 2017 - 10:00 am to April 29, 2017 - 6:00 pm

Help baby kittens by donating toward the HSWC's Kitten Shower! Baby kitten season typically starts when the weather warms and intact cats reproduce at a more rapid rate than they do during more frigid temperatures. Continuing during the spring and summer, it is not uncommon for HSWC’s number of animal intakes to quadruple during this time. Because infant animals require more time and resources than adults, they are typically cared for offsite by volunteer foster families until they are ready...

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