Cat Buddy

Two Cats are Better Than One

Adopt kittens at the shelterSummer is kitten season, when BRHA can receive dozens of kittens a week. Come visit our beautiful kitties and you may just find your fur-ever friend! Remember, two cats are better than one. We make it easy with these special offers for adopting a second adult cat or kitten.

Special Offer

Adopt an adult cat, and the second cat is free.

When you take home TWO kittens, you save 50% on the second kitten (kittens are 6 months and younger).

Why Adopt Two Cats?

adopt-cat-buddyCats make wonderful pets. And studies have found that adopting two cats has many benefits:

  • Cats who have a playmate tend to be more socially well-adjusted and avoid behavior problems like shyness, biting, hissing, being frightened and hiding in the company of people they don’t know.
  • If you must work long hours or travel for a couple of days, two or more cats keep each other company and are more tranquil during your absence.
  • Your cat will remain more playful and youthful into his/her later years with a companion.
  • The workload to care for two cats is about the same as it is for one cat.

Can’t adopt? Here are five ways you can help shelter cats:

  1. Bring a Friend to the Shelter and Help them Adopt
    You may have a cat yourself, but what about that that friend who has been thinking about adopting? Come see us today and bring a friend!
  2. Be a Foster Parent
    You’ll get a heaping helping of love when you become a foster volunteer. We’re in urgent need of foster caregivers for animals with medical conditions.
  3. Sponsor a “Nine Lives” Cat
    There’s no time limit on how long pets stay at BRHA, which means we always have a handful of long timers. One of our “Nine Lives” cats has been here the longest. Your sponsorship will help BRHA continue to care for long time resident cats.
  4. Pass Along Information about Spay/Neuter Programs
    Do you know someone with a cat who has not been fixed? If so, ask them to call us at 363-5311 for information about spay/neuter programs.
  5. Bring a Present to a Shelter Cat
    There are several items needed to help keep our cats happy and healthy. You can find a special item on our wish list and bring it to the shelter to brighten our cats day.