Collier County DAS asks for help as cat population grows

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NAPLES, Fla.- Collier County Domestic Animal Services (DAS) is running out of space to house cats and as a result, it is reducing adoption fees on cats and kittens during the month of June.

Animal Services currently has 202 cats in its inventory, with 22 alone that came into the shelter last Friday.

All adoptions of feline friends are now only $10. Adoptions include spay/neuter surgery, Homeagain microchip, vaccinations, flea treatment, FELV/FIV test for cats, rabies vaccination, county license and 30 days of free pet insurance.

“We want to give them all the chance to find loving, forever homes,” said Darcy Andrade, director of Collier County DAS.

Visit the Naples shelter, 7610 Davis Blvd., or the Immokalee shelter, 405 Sgt. Joe Jones Road, to find the special cat you’ve been waiting for.

If you can’t adopt a feline, DAS is also looking for foster families. To learn more, email Volunteer Coordinator Katie Sibert

For more information, contact Collier County DAS at 239-252 PETS (7387).

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