Waterford Advisors, LLC Donates $500 for Adoptions of 15 Cats 8 Years and Older
May 12, 2017
By: Gina Browning, SPCA Chief Communications Officer
Starting tomorrow to help the SPCA kick off its public grand opening in its new West Seneca location, fifteen cats eights years old and older at the SPCA Serving Erie County’s new 300 Harlem Road, West Seneca shelter will go to their new homes with waived adoption fees, courtesy of Waterford Advisors, LLC! A donation made by Waterford Advisors, LLC will cover each cat’s adoption fee.
The cats will be selected by the Adoptions staff at the SPCA based on criteria that includes age and length of stay. Notice of the waived adoption fee will be featured on each animal’s YourSPCA.org profile and housing area.
“We’re always so grateful when companies come forward to participate in specific programs and events, especially programs that help senior animals who sometimes experience slightly longer lengths of stay at the shelter,” says SPCA president and CEO Gary Willoughby. “Waterford Advisors LLC came aboard as a Wine and Wags sponsor, and decided to further their involvement with this senior cat adoption promotion, which will ultimately better the lives of several pets and people!”
“Waterford Advisors LLC’s staff and many of our clients are true animal lovers and feel that animals are a part of our families,” adds Christina M. Michalczak, CFP®, QPFC at Waterford Advisors, LLC. “It breaks our hearts to see so many animals, especially older ones that just want to be loved, waiting to find their forever homes. We hope this donation helps these older animals find comfort and happiness in loving homes.”
Every cat adopted from the SPCA Serving Erie County is spayed or neutered, and receives age-appropriate vaccinations, deworming, seasonal flea control, microchip identification, feline leukemia test, free first physical exam courtesy of the Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society, a free bag of food, and 30 days free veterinary insurance.
Descriptions of the cats available at the SPCA, most accompanied by photos, are available here. Cats can be adopted at the SPCA’s new 300 Harlem Road, West Seneca location.