What's new at PALS this month?
MAY 2019
Spring has sprung, and our PALS Animal Life Savers volunteers are welcoming lots of new kitties! Learn more about our upcoming Kitten Adoption Day , see a Happy Endings story , meet one of our available cats , see how to become a foster family , and learn what you need to know about fleas and ticks .
Books and kittens — what could be better? Wicked Good Books will host PALS Kitten Adoption Day at Wicked Good Books at 215 Essex St. in Salem on Sunday, May 12 from 11 a.m.– 3 p.m. Come and meet some of our adoptable kittens and learn more about adoption and volunteering opportunities. Hope to see you there!

For more information on the Wicked Good Books event or on PALS Animal Life Savers, visit our website or see Wicked Good Books' Facebook page .
At PALS, we pride ourselves on finding happy homes for our lovable rescues. This month's Happy Endings Story belongs to JackJack .

JackJack was found abandoned in an apartment with an injury to his back. After being placed into foster care, receiving medical attention, and eating as much food as he could get his paws on, he surprised his foster family by making friends with Rensselaer, another PALS adoptee.

The family couldn't bear to split them up, so JackJack became a permanent addition. Today, he enjoys snuggling on the couch with his people, hanging out with Ren, and (still) eating as much food as he can get his paws on ,

Congrats to all — another Happy Ending! Check out our Facebook page for additional Happy Endings stories, and emai l sandy@palscats.org with your Happy Ending story and pictures of your PALS cat.
Are you in the market for a new feline addition to your family? Then look no further than PALS Animal Life Savers for a loving companion who is sure to warm your heart.

Jasmine is an all-black eight-year-old female who was surrendered when her family could no longer care for her. She is low-energy and affectionate and enjoys petting and cuddling with her person. Jasmine will do best in a home where someone can be with her for part of the day. She truly enjoys human companionship, and is a sweet, loving girl who will make a wonderful companion.

For more information on how to adopt Jasmine, or to see our other available cats, please visit our website .
When an animal arrives at PALS who is not quite ready for adoption — or if we don't currently have space in our Adoption Center — we rely on the kindness of our foster care volunteers to provide them with a safe place to stay. These volunteers open their homes to kittens needing time to grow, pregnant or nursing mothers, cats needing special attention, or those simply waiting until there is an open cage in the Adoption Center.

If you are interested in fostering a cat (or cats!) for PALS, please contact our Volunteer Coordinator at sandy@palscats.org .
Did you know even your indoor cat can get fleas if it comes into contact with another animal who has recently been outdoors? Spring is here, and it's important to get ahead of fleas and ticks. Check with your vet to make sure your pet is up-to-date on treatments, or visit the links below for other prevention tips!

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