Low cost Philadoptables’ Vaccine & Microchip Clinic on May 14, Sign up to foster kittens on May 22

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We love to feature pets up for adoption in our mums and mutts segments every day. Today, our friends from Philadoptables have joined us to talk about their discounted vaccine and microchip clinic to keep your furry friends safe, plus how you can foster kittens.

Philadoptables will be hosting a discounted shot and microchip clinic for pets this Saturday May 14 at the Target on 2701 Castor Avenue in Philadelphia. It's a first come - first serve clinic, specific vaccine costs can be found here.

On May 22 they will be holding their Annual Kitten Shower at ACCT Philly. You can apply to become a kitten foster parent and take home a kitten home that day! Check out their website for more.

Want to know more about the cute pets featured on our show?

Ali Swiatkowski of Philadoptables and Lori Digilia stopped by with some furry guests. First up is Petey who is an 8-year-old lab-pitbull mix. He is a very loving, easing going guy who loves going for car rides and playing fetch. He is ready to go home as he is already house trained and listens to commands well.

Today we also met three adorable kittens: Aaron, a 10-week-old tabby kitten who is very easy going, Snookers, the black and white kitten who is also 10 weeks old. Snookers was born with a condition that caused him to be blind in both eyes. He just had surgery and is doing great. And, May-tag, a 10-week-old gray and white kitten who was discovered living in a refrigerator. All the kittens are up to date on their shots and microchipped so they are available to take home any day now.

Philadoptables was founded in January 2010. It is an independent organization to help save animals lives and support the welfare of the city's shelter animals through adoptions, volunteering, fostering and fundraising.

For more information on the pets visiting us today, the microchip event, or future events, please visit Philadoptables.org.