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The first kitten adoption day story on Page 3A of Thursday's East Oregonian was missing information and contained an incorrect telephone number.

The Pet Kitchen, working with Katz & K9 Homeseekers, will host the first kitten adoption Saturday. Reducing the pet population is the goal of the kitten adoption day, organizers said.

Frances Barnett of Katz & K9s is cost-sharing spay and neuter fees with those who adopt kittens. When a person adopts a kitten at The Pet Kitchen, Katz & K9 will put down a deposit of $40 toward a neuter and $50 toward a spay at Pendleton Veterinary Clinic. Also, the adopters must pay a fee that will go toward the spay/neuter cost.

However, if a family is already established at another veterinary clinic, Barnett said she would work to establish a similar cost-share arrangement with it.

Barnett hopes this will ensure the kitten gets the proper surgery to keep it from making more kittens.

Also, Barnett will have a sign-up sheet available for people who already have pets but may need financial assistance to get them fixed.

For more information people can call The Pet Kitchen at 215-1155 or Katz & K9 Homeseekers at 969-2019.

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