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Email Us: info@apl-shelter.org  /  217-544-7387  /  1001 Taintor Road, Springfield, IL 62702

Adoption Specials

December Special - Cats in Hats!
Adopt any adult cat (over 1 year old) with a santa hat on their cage for only $5!  Adopt any adult cat with an elf hat on their cage for only $25!
All cats are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. That's over a $375 value!
Pets for Seniors

 

If you're 60 years old and older and adopt an animal one year and older you can receive $50 off your adoption fee!  Mention the program when submitting your adoption application.

There are a lot of excellent reasons to adopt an adult dog or cat. These pets often find themselves homeless because an owner has passed away, gotten a divorce, or lost a job and cannot care for a pet any longer.

Adult dogs are often housebroken, won't wake you in the middle of the night to play, and have outgrown the desire to shred your couch cushions or munch on your shoes. Adult cats are usually trained to use a litter box, are not destructive, and would rather curl up in your lap than climb your drapes. APL always has a great group of adults, both at our shelter and in foster homes. Please consider adopting one of them.


Better Together

 

Adopt one kitten for $50 and get their littermate or cagemate for FREE!

Adopting two kittens has a lot of benefits including:
  • Live-in playmate!

  • Fewer behavioral issues. 

  • Keep each other company. 

  • Increased learning.

  • Better grooming habits.

  • Healthier cats.

  • Save your senior cat's sanity. 

  • Costs remain relatively similar.

  • Twice the love for less work!


Black Cats Rule

 

Thanks to a generous sponsor all black cats over 4 months old are FREE!

Black cats are often the least adopted and most overlooked cats in animal shelters, resulting in many of these wonderful animals being euthanized at local animal controls when they can’t find a loving home. Because they are less likely to be adopted from shelters, they need a special program to bring awareness to this issue, and to encourage people to adopt these amazing animals!