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Denver Animal Protection Offers Free Adult Cat Adoptions in June

In honor of this month’s dinosaur-packed blockbuster sequel release, Denver Animal Protection (DAP) is waiving all adoption fees for cats one year and older. Denver residents are encouraged to visit the shelter before June 30 to meet their new prehistoric pal and take advantage of this “purrassic” promotion.

All adoptable animals — including 3-year-old working cat Taco and 2-year-old house cat Frannie — are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. The standard adoption fee for an adult cat is $87. DAP has a robust adoption process for potential adopters that includes the entire family to ensure each animal is set up for success in their new home.

Also, while DAP does not provide homes for velociraptors, triceratops or pterodactyls, their distant turtle, lizard and bird cousins are often available for adoption. Prospective adopters can see a full list of adoptable animals on the shelter’s website.

DAP is an open-admission shelter, located at 1241 W Bayaud Ave.