AAWL, Scottsdale Quarter to hold Kitten Pop-up Adoption Shop

Posted 5/26/21

The Arizona Animal Welfare League and Scottsdale Quarter are "purring" up for the annual Kitten Pop-Up Adoption Shops starting Saturday, May 29.

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AAWL, Scottsdale Quarter to hold Kitten Pop-up Adoption Shop

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The Arizona Animal Welfare League and Scottsdale Quarter are "purring" up for the annual Kitten Pop-Up Adoption Shops starting Saturday, May 29.

From 10 a.m. to 3 or 4 p.m., the pop-up shop will be on the second floor of building 15279, located in between Gap and Gap Kids on 72nd Place, according to a press release.

Every year, the Scottsdale Quarter provides free space for a kitten pop-up adoption shop, the release said, to help with the increase of litters to adopt during “kitten season.”

With the warmer climate in Phoenix, kitten season is almost year-long as shelters become full of kittens and cats awaiting forever homes.

AAWL helps thousands of kittens and cats find homes, and over the years of this partnership it has helped several hundreds of kittens find their "purr-ever homes," added the release.

For more information, visit scottsdalequarter.com or call 480-270-8123. Also, see aawl.org or call 602-273-6852.

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