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Looking for a Feline Friend? Over 30 Cats Voluntarily Surrendered in Seguin

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Over 30 feline friends were recently voluntarily surrendered by a Seguin elderly couple, here in the Texas Hill Country, and now require new homes. The adoption price tag for a cat through the Seguin Animal Services would normally be $75, however in this instance, the cats are being offered to good homes for the cost of $20 each. And the Seguin Police Department took to their social media channels on June 12 in efforts to re-home the menagerie.

Looking for a Feline Friend? Over 30 Cats Voluntarily Surrendered in Seguin

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The Seguin Police Department’s most recent Facebook post regarding the matter identified: “Seguin Animal Services Needs Help! Desperately looking for folks to help adopt 30+ beautiful cats! They were voluntarily surrendered from a local ‘hoarder’s’ home here in Seguin. They are spayed, neutered, vaccinated, and chipped. Yep, they are ready to go! They are used to being loved on as their previous ‘owners’ had names for each and every one of them. They are so very friendly (they really are) and we promised this elderly couple that we would do everything in our power to find good forever homes for them.”

Looking for a Feline Friend? Over 30 Cats Voluntarily Surrendered in Seguin

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Those who are interested in providing a good home for these furry friends can contact Seguin Animal Services at (830) 401-2335 or Supervisor Shelley Lutz at [email protected]. Chief Ure has also advised that the lowered adoption price is also a result of a shortage of space at Animal Services, and it’s the hope of the Seguin Police Department that this incentive will help would-be loving families to come forward. “We promised this elderly couple that we would do everything in our power to find good forever homes for them,” stated Chief Ure.

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