The Poteau Valley Human Society is hosting "Home 4 the Holidays" Friday and Saturday offering free adoption of all adult cats.
PVHS has more than 20 cats ranging in age from six months to 18 years that are needing a permanent home. During the two day event, adoption fees have been waived. All cats are spayed or neutered and up to date on shots.
If you would like to adopt a cat, PVHS requires you complete an adoption application and bring a pet taxi to give your new pet a safe ride home.
Attorney Kevin Merrett wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
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Gun season is over, and the second part of bow season is shaping up to be a good one. The weather has been warm and dry, so if we can get some cooler weather â€” and a little rain â€” the hunting should pick up.
The rut should be over, and deer will be on the same feeding pattern they were on in the early season. It may take a few weeks for the deer to settle down after all the hunters have left the woods after gun season, but I have always liked hunting this time of year.
Have a great week!
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