It is Happy Cat Month over at Corpus Christi Animal Care Services and our Pet of the Week happens to fit the category beautifully!
At 2-years-of-age, Kas is among the oldest cats currently available for adoption from CCACS. At nearly 15 pounds, he is also among the biggest. Kas is generally calm and and rarely misses anything going on around him with those pretty green eyes. He needs a new home with a family who is ready to offer a safe and loving place to the friendly feline.
As an added bonus, CCACS is dropping the adoption fees on all cats they are caring for during the month of September.
To learn how to adopt any of the animals at the 2626 Holly Road facility, just drop by any Monday through Saturday from 1:00 to 6:00 PM. You are welcome to bring your children or any current pets you have, in order to spend time with any animal you may be thinking of adopting. Then, if you happen to connect with a pet you would like to take home, simply fill out an application.
Some businesses are now cracking down on their regulations, because blurred lines between federal and state standards are causing confusion regarding the difference between a service animal and an emotional support animal. Read more: http://www.kristv.com/story/37561371/special-report-service-animal-or-emotional-support-animal