Brother Wolf waives adoption fees on adult cats

Press release from Brother Wolf:

(Asheville, NC – October 25, 2018) Brother Wolf Animal Rescue’s Asheville location has recently taken in a large amount of cats due to their Rapid Response disaster relief efforts in North Carolina and Florida, their recent merger with Friends for Life Forever Farm, and the work they do for animals in Buncombe County. The Friends for Life merger alone put 80 cats into Brother Wolf’s care, many of whom have special needs.

In order to make room for more animals in the community who need them, Brother Wolf will be waiving adoption fees for all cats over six months of age through Monday, Nov. 5.

Last year, Brother Wolf rescue or provided care for over 2,500 cats and kittens.

Stop by Brother Wolf’s Adoption Center at 31 Glendale Avenue in Asheville or visit to get started. At the time of adoption, all cats will be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, disease tested, and microchipped.

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