I wrote earlier this week about the SPCA of Wake County's Cat Tales Summer Reading Adventure Program, now in its second year.
The popular summer reading program offers a chance for kids to keep up their reading skills - and cuddle with the adorable cats at the center.
After writing about them, all of the sessions with available spaces filled up very quickly. The good news: In response to the demand, the SPCA added a third session for next Tuesday. It's 3 p.m., July 25. At last check, there were six slots available (and they are sure to go fast!).
"Great news! We just added a 3pm session for next Tuesday!," the center shared on Go Ask Mom's Facebook page. "This program has been so popular! We'll let you know if we are able to add any additional time slots for later sessions!"
The cost is $5 per parent (who can bring no more than two kids). The program is designed for students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. Sessions are an hour long and include a craft activity and a tour of the SPCA Adoption Center.
The center's website has details and registration information for next Tuesday's new session.