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ASPCA holds Cat Friday to encourage adoption
NEW YORK -- It was Cat Friday in New York City, to encourage people to adopt a new feline friend.
Not to be outdone by retail's annual Black Friday, the ASPCA is offering deep discounts on fees for qualified adopters.
Cats over a year old will have their adoption fees waived. Kitten fees are more than half off.
Like the stores, the ASPCA's adoption center on Manhattan's Upper East Side extended its hours for the big day.
A look at the furry faces is available on the ASPCA's web site.
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