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Natural-born Pest Control Available for Adoption

With colder weather, some critters will be looking to move inside—but a cat can help keep your home pest-free.

It's been a mld winter so far, but sooner or later the temperatures will drop and little critters outside will think about the advantages of forced-air heating systems and stocked cupboards.

Before they get to your Cheerios, though, you can "install" a safe and effective—and 100 percent natural—pest control system at your house by adopting one of these featured cats.

Cats make great friends by not only enjoying your companionship, but also by providing a home valuable home service. Contact any of the adoption groups below to find your next best friend.

Lifeline Animal Rescue, Inc. is located at 16 Mount Bethel Road, in Warren. To inquire about their dogs, send an email to LifelineInfo@aol.com

Companion Animal Placement (CAP-Hillsborough) is located at 329 Roycefield Road in Hillsborough. Reach them by email at  munchie329@AOL.COM

Somerset Regional Animal Shelter, at 100 Commons Way in Bridgewater, can be reached at 908-725-0308, or by email to  SRAS.mail@verizon.net (The shelter is offering no fee cat adoptions this month).

St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center, located in Branchburg, can be reached at 908-526-3330 or by email to charrington@sthuberts.org.

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