Walden’s Manager Rusty Holbrook said he was glad to be able to provide a new home for the adoptions.
“We are friends with the manager at Petsense,” he said. “She wanted to transfer [the center] to somebody and donated the cages.”
Holbrook explained the cages will be filled with cats at all times and the store may display small dogs, as well.
The first adoption at the new location has already been scheduled for June 22, though complete details of that event have not been finalized.
Holbrook said a veterinary clinic will coincide with the adoption, allowing pets to receive microchips and shots on the premises.
“I have already visited Walden’s to see the new display and it looks wonderful in its new home,” Cameron noted. “We will begin placing cats there in the next week or so. We will be forever grateful to the hard work and generosity of Pet Sense and Walden’s Farm and Ranch.”
In the last pet adoption Petsense hosted on May 30, the PPCHS and area animal rescue groups adopted out 13 cats and 11 dogs.