Staci Sturrock

The Palm Beach Post

More than 200 kittens — yes, 200-plus — go up for adoption at Peggy Adams this Sunday

Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League turns 90 years old on June 23, and it’s kicking off a month of 90th anniversary events by celebrating tiny cats that aren’t yet 90 days old.

More than 200 adoptable kittens will take center stage at this Sunday’s Kittenpalooza, which will purr with activity from noon to 6 p.m. at the West Palm Beach humane society.

Kitten adopters on Sunday will be able to name their adoption price, which also will cover shots and spay/neuter services for their new four-legged friend(s).

Other ways to participate in this month’s pet party at the county’s largest private, nonprofit animal shelter include:

  • Spay/neuter surgeries for dogs will be $90 at the shelter throughout June.
  • The shelter will offer free spay/neuter surgeries for all Palm Beach County cats on June 16.
  • The clinic will microchip your pet for $9 and take $9 off the price of vaccines on June 20.
  • Also on June 20, the first nine adopters of the day will receive free food for a year. Other adopters will be entered to win a year’s supply of pet food. Free dog washes, too!
  • The first 90 adopters will receive goody bags, and everyone gets 9 percent off in the shelter’s boutique, June 20-27.
  • Rounding out the month will be an event at Palm Beach Outlets from 1 to 3 p.m. June 27, with a chance to win a $90 gift card to the outlets.

The shelter is at 3100 N. Military Trail and can be reached at 561-686-3663.