There are many shoppers who thrive on the Black Friday deals. They like to stand in line waiting for the door busters, or even roam at 3am from store to store hoping to find a deal for the holiday season. Often, in six months that electronic device just purchased will be obsolete. Did you know that instead of fighting the crowds, you can spend less and save a life? That is correct. Many animal shelters are offering Black Friday deals and specials throughout the holiday season. For example, Safe Haven for Animals is participating in a promotional adoption event sponsored by Best Friends Animal Society.
For just $5 dollars, fantastic and fun loving felines can be adopted to a fur ever home and unlike that 42 inch television; these precious animals will provide you with companionship and laughter for years to come.
Laura Nordan, Director of Safe Haven for Animals, explains: “We have learned that you simply cannot put a price tag on love. We are offering this special pricing for these fabulous felines so more families can add the charm of cats to their lives. Whether you adopt two 6-month old adolescents who provide nonstop entertainment when they play, an athletic cat who keeps you hopping with the feather toy, a couple of senior sweeties who will cuddle with you on the couch, or a confident cat who will be the greeter for your home parties, our goal is to hook you up with your very own Meow Master to fit your lifestyle.”
So after being disappointed with all the ‘sales’ on Black Friday, log on to your computer and view the photos of the $5 Felines in this mega national adoption event. They can be found on http://www.adoptapet.com/shelter79583-pets.html and at www.facebook.com/SafeHavenforAnimals.
Every year, Black Friday deals come and go and shoppers spends an enormous amount of time and energy finding the right gift when in fact, the best gift you can give is saving two lives – the cat you adopt and the next one who now has room at the shelter for a second chance.
For further information, visit Safe Haven for Animals or call 602-926-8454.
Thomas Pierre, based in Scottsdale, AZ, writes about pet rescue in the east valley. He also owns his own business: Pic of the Litter Photography. Feel free to drop him a line at firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions for future topics. To get his stories delivered to your inbox, click the “Subscribe” button above.