What's new at PALS this month?
Beat the heat with PALS Animal Life Savers—get the lowdown on our Pet Rock fundraiser , read a great Happy Endings story , meet a kitty available for adoption , and learn how to keep your cats from peeing where they shouldn't.
Tickets are now available for Pet Rock , a musical benefit for PALS, on Saturday, August 3 from 7 p.m. until midnight, at The Stonewood Tavern, 139 Lynnfield Street, Peabody.

We'll have great local bands, including:

  • Danielle Miraglia
  • Caroline Guske
  • detuned(music)

And we'll also have raffles, vendors, and even a beer tasting.

See you there! And don't forget, you can find all our latest events and updates on Facebook .

Thanks for your support at the Salem Farmers' Market on July 11! We had a great turnout and enjoyed meeting previous PALS adopters (and seeing their photos!)

If you couldn't visit us at the market but are still interested in supporting us, you can donate through our  website , or at our Adoption Center during adoption hours.
At PALS, we pride ourselves on finding happy homes for our lovable rescues. We were thrilled about this month's Happy Endings Story, which belongs to Sadie.

Sadie's person, Sharon, writes: My husband and I adopted Sadie (formerly Carmen) in January and she has quickly become a beloved part of our family! She is our little shadow, following us from room to room to snuggle on the couch, play with her (many) toys, or hang out by our feet while we make dinner. She loves belly rubs, watching the birds from the windows, and playing fetch with her toy mice. We love her so much and are so grateful to PALS for bringing her into our lives!

Thanks, Sharon! Check out our Facebook page for additional stories, and email sandy@palscats.org with your Happy Endings story and pictures of your PALS cat .

Lily is a gorgeous all-white, healthy, active 10-year-old who loves to "greet" people, curl up in front of a good window, and flop on her back for belly rubs! She came to PALS when her elderly person could no longer care for her.

Lily will do best in a quiet older home, as that is all she has ever known. Our goal is to adopt Lily out of her foster home. Appointments to meet her can be arranged to ap proved adopters.
Worried about adopting an older cat? Kitties today often live well into their teens and even their early 20s, so a healthy 10-year-old "senior" cat still has lots of living left to do!

For more information on how to adopt Lily, or to see our other available cats, please visit our website . You can also ask us a question about Lily on Facebook, or call our hotline at 978-531-7478, press 1 and leave a message for a callback.
PALS Animal Life Savers is an all-volunteer organization that was founded in 1995 by a local animal control officer and a firefighter. Today, PALS has expanded to more than 40 volunteers who help keep the Adoption Center operating.

We're always looking for help with kitty feeding/cleaning/socialization, fundraising, fostering, and adoption counseling.

Want to join us? Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at  sandy@palscats.org, or fill out a volunteer application and return it to PALS at PetSmart during adoption hours.
Is your cat peeing in places he or she shouldn't? Here are some tips on how to stop the go.

P.S. Our top tip: Try adding another litter box!
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