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Photos: These kittens need a home for the holidays


Looking for some extra (fluffy) companionship this holiday season? The Iowa City Animal Care and Adoption Center has reduced their feline adoption fees to $25 through the end of this year. Located at 3910 Napoleon Lane in Iowa City, the no-kill shelter houses homeless cats, dogs, rabbits and other small animals. Stop by Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., or on Saturdays from 10:30 a.m. until 3 p.m., and a volunteer will be available to help you find the perfect pet.

The shelter’s services include: animal behavior and training information, disaster response, emergency housing, fostering program, low cost spay/neuter referral, microchipping and stray animal pickups.

Photos by Britt Fowler
The Iowa City Animal Care and Adoption Center is located at 3910 Napoleon Lane in Iowa City.

The Iowa City Animal Care and Adoption Center is located at 3910 Napoleon Lane in Iowa City.

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Cricket

Cricket

Velvet

Velvet

Andy

Andy

Venzel

Venzel

Callie

Callie

Toni

Toni

Lola

Lola

Paisley

Paisley

Baby Boy

Baby Boy

Pippin

Pippin

Candy

Candy

Sean

Sean


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