‘Kitty Palooza’ aims to find homes for 200 cats and kittens

A number of area organizations are coming together to help give cats good homes. Columbus Animal Care Services and Bartholomew County Humane Society, along with Animal Outreach of Shelby County, White River Humane Society, Brown County Humane Society, as well as additional rescues and shelters in the area, are partnering together to get nearly 200 adoptable cats and kittens into loving homes.

The “Kitty Palooza” multi-agency adoption event will be held on Saturday, November 23, from noon to 5 p.m. at Fair Oaks Mall. The event will be held in the former Toys ‘R Us location near Mark Pi’s China Gate.

All cats will have a reduced adoption fee of $40, which includes spaying or neutering, up-to-date shots and microchip prior to adoption.

Each individual organization will have its own application process. Those who rent are encouraged to bring renter’s agreements or contracts to indicate they are allowed pets.