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Cat adoption fees waived for long timers

Are you ready for some purr-ball? To help spread the love at the start of football season (go Ravens!), the Maryland SPCA is waiving all adoption fees for long-time shelter MVPs. Add a homeless kitty to your family for just the $17 pet ID package fee, which includes collar, ID tags, microchip, and Baltimore City license. It's a great opportunity to get years of unconditional love from a cat who's been waiting for the same thing for a long time.

The MD SPCA is located at 3300 Falls Road, Baltimore. For more information, visit mdspca.org or call 410-235-8826.

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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