All Adoption Fees Paid at Montgomery County Animal Shelter this weekend

By: Mark Wysocki
| Published 02/03/2020

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THE WOODLANDS, TX -- Cathy Kangas announced today that the Cathy Kangas Foundation for Animals, (www.cathykangasfoundation.org) a registered charity based in New Canaan, CT, will cover all adoption fees at Montgomery County Animal Shelter on Friday, February 7th through Sunday, February 9th. The shelter is located at 8535 Highway 242, Conroe, TX.

The event is part of Free the Shelters, a program created by the Foundation in May of 2017, to save shelter animals from being euthanized. It is co-sponsored by PRAI Beauty, a cruelty free skincare line. The shelter has over 300 animals physically in its building and approximately the same number in Foster care. Many of the animals are owner-surrendered, which makes them great pets because they have already lived with a family.

Cathy Kangas said: “We are delighted to work with Montgomery County Animal Shelter. It is a wonderful shelter that needs our help. Through the support of PRAI Beauty, a cruelty-free skin and neck care brand I founded, we are committed to finding shelter animals a forever home.”

Mark Wysocki, Assistant Director, said: “We have over 300 cats and dogs and Free the Shelters will enable us to clear out our shelter and find homes for our wonderful animals. The support of the Cathy Kangas Foundation will help us start the year with an exciting event – and continue us on our lifesaving journey.”
This is the shelter information for free adoptions:

Montgomery County Animal Shelter 8535 Highway 242 Conroe, TX 77385 Phone Number: 936-442-7738 Hours of Operation: 11:30 a.m. –5:00 p.m. Website: mcapets.org
View Adoptable Dogs: http://bit.ly/mcasDOGS View Adoptable Cats: http://bit.ly/mcasCATS
All adopted pets have been spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. The Cathy Kangas Foundation for Animals has worked with shelters in the United States and Canada rescuing more than 6,000 animals through the Free the Shelters initiative. The goal of Free the Shelters is to gradually clear out animal shelters by subsidizing adoption fees coast-to-coast and encouraging people to adopt animals rather than buying them at pet shops.

The Foundation’s premier sponsor is PRAI Beauty, the leader in cruelty-free skincare that is Leaping Bunny and PETA certified. The mission of the Foundation, a registered 501 (c)(3) charity, is to provide a voice to those who have none by making sure that every animal is protected and loved.

ABOUT THE CATHY KANGAS FOUNDATION FOR ANIMALS
The mission of the Cathy Kangas Foundation for Animals, a registered 501 (c)(3) charity, is to provide a voice to those who have none by making sure that every animal is protected and loved, particularly those in animal shelters or kill pens for horses. The Cathy Kangas Foundation for Animals has been able to help to encourage pet adoptions nationwide with over 6,000 animals adopted to date. The Foundation underwrites programs both nationally and internationally. It has had remarkable success with two initiatives: Free the Shelters, an international campaign to help homeless animals and Saving America’s Icons, which rescues horses from slaughter. The Foundation will continue to fund these initiatives and others and asks the public to join it in creating a better world for all animals.

To donate or for more information, please visit https://cathykangasfoundation.org/. For more information on PRAI Beauty’s cruelty-free skin care products, please visit https://www.praibeauty.com/.

ABOUT MONTGOMERY COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES
MCAS is Montgomery County’s animal shelter facility. At MCAS, we are dedicated to engaging the hearts, hands and minds of the community to help animals in Montgomery County. MCAS is an open admission shelter, which means we are required by law to accept every animal that comes through the doors regardless of temperament, breed, health conditions, etc. Montgomery County covers over 1,000 square miles. We encounter many unique challenges in dealing with animals as we cover suburban and rural areas.

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