Profile image of the tabby cat Mary Jane

Peace and Justice Fair

Furry Friends Offering Discounted Avid ID Microchipping at the Peace & Justice Fair!

Event Date: Saturday, September 14, 2019

Time: 9am to 4 pm with discounted Avid FriendChip ID microchipping for dogs and cats from 9am to 1pm (weather permitting).

Who:  Furry Friends, a nonprofit, no-kill, all-volunteer cat adoption organization in Clark County

What: Microchipping for dogs & cats – Also adoptable cats will be on display

Location: Esther Short Park, downtown Vancouver

Cost:  $20 per pet for microchipping (a $60 value)

Peace and Justice Fair logo with a hand and a bird

Furry Friends will be offering their cats and kittens for adoption on Saturday, September 14, at the Peace and Justice Fair (P&JF) at Esther Short Park. Come “purruse” the adoptable cats, speak with Furry Friends volunteers about how to help the kitties besides adoption, and check out the great cat themed merchandise There will also be a raffle prize.

Furry Friends will also be offering discounted Avid FriendChip ID microchipping for dogs and cats from 9am to 1pm (weather permitting). The chips will be implanted by a volunteer licensed vet tech for only $20 (a value of up to $60). Furry Friends will even complete and submit the registration paperwork for you. Unlike other brands, Avid has no annual fee.

The return-to-owner rate for microchipped cats is 20 times higher than that of non-microchipped cats. This unique permanent identification gives your lost pet a much better chance of coming home.

For more information please contact or leave a message at (360) 993-1097.

Sandy Bush and Tess Ewart at the Recycled Arts Festival, at the Furry Friends booth

Furry Friends is a nonprofit cat adoption organization. Its mission is to help homeless, relinquished and abused cats by providing spaying and neutering, medical care, and foster shelter for as long as it takes to find their forever home. Copyright © 2013 – 2020 Furry Friends. All rights reserved. Website design and development by Christina Roberts.