Petco’s cat adoption program is a bargain compared to its competitors.
The pet shop chain offers free pet adoptions to low-income people, as well as free adoption to the homeless and those with disabilities.
But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to find a good pet for the price.
“Petco offers many services to help pet owners who need help with finding the perfect pet,” said Amy Zern, senior director of consumer marketing for Petco, in a statement.
“This program, however, is unique because it allows for free adoption of pets with limited financial means.”
For Petco to help low-wage workers like you, you need to apply online.
You can do that by visiting the Petco website, clicking on the “Adopt” tab, then clicking on “Get Started.”
You will be asked to pay a $5 adoption fee, or $40 for a family of three.
Petco will then reimburse you for any adoption fees up to $1,000.
For those of you who live paycheck to paycheck, Petco can help with your animal care needs by offering you a monthly $1-per-pet bill credit.
It will be worth about $1 per month, according to Petco.
If you don’t qualify for the credit, PetCo will give you a $2-per -month credit toward the cost of your pet, according a Petco statement.
You will have to pay the credit every month, which is a little over $50 per month.
There are a few more ways you can get free adoptions.
You could rent a pet, or find an animal care provider to help you pay for your pet.