February 2, 2013
In December of 2012, i adopted a little kitten from the ASPCA traveling truck so my other cat Lily and I would have an additional companion. To say it was convenient is an understatement. The volunteers were very kind to the animals and knowledgeable about them and of the adoption process. The facility (truck) was immaculate, and the choice of kittens and cats more than sufficient. I was also very pleased in the knowledge that the animals were already altered and came with a microchip for identification purposes. My kitten came complete with a record of his vaccinations and schedule of what he would require in the upcoming months as well as a new bag of the Halo food he was being fed. Although he had free follow up care @ the ASPCA for several months, it was easier to go to Lily's vet. Things could not have gone smoother. I have since renamed him Powder, and he is greatly loved by our little family. I would recommend an adoption from the truck( for felines only) to anyone who can't make it to the main facility in NYC.
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