Two cats for the price of one! The Humane Society of Grove and Grand Lake is offering a “Double the Love” promotion during the months of August and September to place its adoptable cats into loving homes. The Humane Society shelter is beyond capacity, and shelter staff and volunteers work hard each day to care for all the wonderful animals.

The “Double the Love” offer is good for anyone who adopts two cats, who are 6 months or older, together for one adoption fee.What could be cuter than two cats who are already Best Friends Forever! Two cats can be company for each other, especially from the same litter or who already live together at the shelter. Research has shown that cats that have a companion are better socially adjusted and stay healthier. Two cats provide a source of unconditional love, loyalty, and entertainment for the entire family. The “Double the Love” adoptions are purrfect for the cats and for their new family.

Visit the Humane Society of Grove shelter today to see the many beautiful felines that are available for adoption and take advantage of the “Double the Love” special promotion.

Contact the Humane Society at 918-786-7630 or email hsgrove@att.net for adoption information. The shelter is located 2 miles east of downtown Grove on Highway 10. Office hours are Tuesday through Friday, 12 noon to 5 pm; Saturday 10 am - 3 pm; closed Sunday and Monday. Visit the Humane Society of Grove website at www.humanesocietyofgrove.com for information about the Humane Society, its programs, and how you can make a difference in saving lives.

Anyone can help the homeless animals by making a taxdeductible donation to the Humane Society of Grove and Grand Lake, a non-profit no kill animal shelter. Mail a check to P.O. Box 451205, Grove, OK 74345-1205 or donate electronically via its website.

Be aware there IS a pet overpopulation crisis and it can be prevented! There are too many dogs and cats and too few homes available. And killing the surplus of healthy animals that are taken to animal pounds or shelters every day can no longer be the solution to pet overpopulation.

Pet owners MUST take responsibility to spay or neuter their family pet. Make an appointment today with the Humane Society of Grove and Grand Lake for its affordable, low-cost spay/ neuter clinic which is offered every Wednesday, or make an appointment with your local veterinarian.