Tree House Humane Society is an Uptown-based organization and a no-kill shelter for cats who are often sick or injured or who may be homeless. (The Uptown Exchange will be featuring an article about the shelter in our next print edition.)
The shelter’s notable for having an “open floor plan” with fewer cages, allowing cats to live in colonies.
They’ll be holding an adoption event this coming weekend, on Mar. 30, Mar. 31 and Apr. 1. The event is part of a larger national event organized by the ASPCA (American Society For The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals).
During this event, adoption fees will be waived, and those who adopt a cat will be given a cat care starter package. For full details, including important guidelines about cat adoptions, check out the Tree House Web page.
Here’s a video of a few of Tree House’s past residents: