Furry Friends offers microchipping, educational information & merchandise for sale at the Peace and Justice Fair

The return-to-owner rate for microchipped cats is 20 times higher than that of non-microchipped cats

Furry Friends will be educating the community with “Cat Facts” from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sat., Sept. 11, at the Peace and Justice Fair (P&JF) at Esther Short Park. Area residents can learn valuable information, “purruse” the merchandise for sale and speak with Furry Friends volunteers about how to help kitties in need.

Furry Friends offers microchipping, educational information & merchandise for sale at the Peace and Justice Fair

Furry Friends will also be offering discounted Petstablished microchipping for dogs and cats from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (weather permitting). The chips will be implanted by a volunteer licensed vet tech for only $35 (a value of $60). Furry Friends will even complete and submit the registration paperwork for you.

Furry Friends offers microchipping, educational information & merchandise for sale at the Peace and Justice Fair
Photo courtesy Furry Friends.
Furry Friends offers microchipping, educational information & merchandise for sale at the Peace and Justice Fair
Photo courtesy Furry Friends.

The return-to-owner rate for microchipped cats is 20 times higher than that of non-microchipped cats. This unique permanent identification gives your lost pet a much better chance of coming home.

Furry Friends offers microchipping, educational information & merchandise for sale at the Peace and Justice Fair

Furry Friends is a nonprofit, volunteer run, no-kill, cat adoption organization in Vancouver. Its Mission is to rescue abused, abandoned or otherwise homeless cats and house them in a safe, healthy and socialized environment until new “forever homes” are found for them. For more information about Furry Friends, visit www.furryfriendswa.org, email information@furryfriendswa.org or leave a message at (360) 993-1097.

Event Date: Sat., Sept. 11, 2021, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Who: Furry Friends, a nonprofit, no-kill, volunteer run cat adoption organization in Clark County

What: ID microchipping for dogs and cats will be offered, along with items for sale and educational pamphlet handouts.

Location: Esther Short Park, 605 Esther St, Vancouver, WA 98660

Cost: $35 per pet for microchipping

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22 days ago

No! Get vaxxed or get fired with no unemployment benefits. Morons.

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