Ginger and Gilligan Were Adopted!

gilligan at animal protectors

Here's Gilligan...

ginger at animal protectors

...and here's Ginger!

I’m so happy to report that this brother and sister pair were adopted last week! Some lucky person took advantage of the discount when adopting two black cats.

You may have to be of a certain age to recognize their names…Gilligan and his sister, Ginger were returned from placement. They were both adopted as young kittens, then returned to the shelter.

bevis at animal protectors

Bevis looks really bored with shelter life.

Bevis is still available, though!

Animal Protectors of Allegheny Valley is a small no-kill shelter in New Kensington, north of Pittsburgh.

But small doesn’t mean they aren’t full of cats during kitten season. While they’ve got creative special deals on feline adoptions and fosters all the time, they’ve got two special offers for Adopt a Cat Month.

At left, meet Bevis, domestic short hair, black male, neutered adult, “Bevis came to the shelter with a nasty infection (let’s just say it was under his tail). All healed now and looking good, this black cat is about as sweet and loving as you could want. Come in and meet Bevis.”

The Beauty of the Black Cat

Adopt one black cat or kitten and receive a $10 adoption discount.
Adopt a pair of black cats or kittens and receive a $25 adoption discount.

It’s Kitten Season!

Adopt one kitten and receive a $10 adoption discount.
Adopt a pair of kittens and receive a $25 adoption discount.

General Adoption Fees:
Cats under one year: $75
Cats over one year: $45

Please consider adopting a cat or kitten (or two!) during the month of June. See more cats for adoption at the website, www.animalprotectors.net and if you’re on Facebook, visit their FB page.

Adoption Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday: 6 p.m.to 8 p.m.
Wednesday: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Remember to encourage spaying and neutering! This simple act saves lives! For more information on low cost spaying and neutering, please call the shelter at 724-339-7388.


3 Comments on “Ginger and Gilligan Were Adopted!”

  1. animalartist says:

    And especially that they were adopted together! I really don’t understand why black cats are difficult to adopt out–black dogs too. I’m just glad this small shelter with limited hours in a pretty depressed area is this fortunate in finding good homes for any cat, let alone the black ones!

  2. Marg says:

    That is just terrific that two more cats have a home. We personally love black cats. The two that live here are terrific cats. The one we call Black is quite the character. He loves to play and have fun in general. That is really good news.

  3. Ihavecat says:

    what wonderful news! sweet things! I don’t understand why someone would think a black cat isn’t as lovely as a non-black cat 😦 So happy they got adopted! 🙂 Thanks for the GOOD news!


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