Tucson no-kill cat shelter celebrates more than 40 years of servicePosted: Updated:
TUCSON, Ariz. -- It was Arizona's first no-kill cat shelter and Sunday the Hermitage Cat Shelter celebrated more than four decades of service.
The not-for-profit organization hosted a fundraiser in honor of its 46th birthday.
The shelter currently has about 200 cats.
From food to medical procedures, each one costs the shelter about $65.
"We have a lot of cats that need to be adopted, adult cats, not just kittens, we've got wonderful wonderful adult cats," said Jennifer Reeve from the Hermitage No-Kill Cat Shelter.
Adopting a kitten costs $40. Adult cats are $25.