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[Toronto Humane Society] Toronto Humane Society. 50% off adult cats

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Toronto Humane Society. 50% off adult cats

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50% off
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Toronto Humane Society
Remember, pets are a huge time/financial commitment. Don't buy one just because it is a 'deal'.
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Jan 27, 2015
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So... which half do I get? Grinning Face
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Didn't listen to the OP and impulsively bought 8. Great deal!
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At what age (#of months) are they qualified to be an adult? Just curious..
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Hot hot hot.

Buy now, think later!
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sprung wrote: Remember, pets are a huge time/financial commitment. Don't buy one just because it is a 'deal'.

Nonetheless it's a HOT deal!

Thanks OP
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Nov 12, 2016
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I believe it's 6 or 8 months, senior kitties are great too though!
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Just got a kitten last weekend. Not from the THS though. Regardless, she's a load of fun :)
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Thanks, buddy! These cats do deserve loving homes.
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hopefully they can find loving homes
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Caaats here! Geeeehht yer caaats here! Going once going twice sold! To the old lady with the bags
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Never did understand this process. Fees to adopt a pet? I'm sure there is an overload of strays and unwanted pets all the time. If they have to do 50% off just to get people to adopt them, why not just make it free? I'm sure they end up incurring most costs by animals just staying there longer.
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likebutta wrote: Never did understand this process. Fees to adopt a pet? I'm sure there is an overload of strays and unwanted pets all the time. If they have to do 50% off just to get people to adopt them, why not just make it free? I'm sure they end up incurring most costs by animals just staying there longer.
It's so people don't just take free cats and abuse them. If $50-$100 is more than you're willing to spend to introduce an animal to your home, how well are you really going to take care of it?

The humane society also needs to make money so they can stay open and rescue more animals.
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Marklxndr wrote: It's so people don't just take free cats and abuse them. If $50-$100 is more than you're willing to spend to introduce an animal to your home, how well are you really going to take care of it?

The humane society also needs to make money so they can stay open and rescue more animals.
Well, if we go by that logic, why 50% off? Why make it cheaper? How well is someone really going to take care of it if they are just going because it's a bargain?

The Humane Society needs money - agreed - but these sales indicate they have too many cats un-adopted around and it's costing them. Self-induced, it seems.
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likebutta wrote: Well, if we go by that logic, why 50% off? Why make it cheaper? How well is someone really going to take care of it if they are just going because it's a bargain?

The Humane Society needs money - agreed - but these sales indicate they have too many cats un-adopted around and it's costing them. Self-induced, it seems.
:facepalm:

the whole idea is to try and re-home shelter animals PROPERLY. or else all you're doing is spitting them out only to get them back again by clueless people. and 50% is not free. they still need to recoup costs of providing medical care/spay/neutering/vaccinations etc etc before they're ready for adoption. emptying the shelter willynilly does not save them any money.

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