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  Originally Published on: 7/20/2014

STOP (Stop The Overpopulation of Pets) held a "kitten shower" to raise awareness for kitten adoption. The shelter accepted donations and allowed visitors to see and play with the kittens during the shower.

"We're trying to bring some awareness to the number of kittens that need to be adopted," said Sherry Riggenbach, Vice President of STOP. "It is kitten season, so that's the whole purpose is to get some adopted by bringing some awareness to the community."

The STOP shelter is open to the public from noon through 6 PM on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. 

   
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