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Want to watch football with a fury friend? The Cleveland city kennel has lowered adoption fees this weekend!

To welcome the NFL draft to town, the kennel has reduced adoption fees of dogs in their care to $21.
Credit: City Dogs

CLEVELAND — The City of Cleveland Animal Care and Control has reduced adoption fees this weekend in hopes that people will draft a City Dog to their team!

To welcome the NFL draft to town, the city kennel has reduced adoption fees of dogs in their care to $21 on Saturday and Sunday. The shelter's adoption procedures will remain in effect this weekend, including meeting adoptable dogs by appointment only.

To set up an appointment to meet one of the dogs in the shelter's care, visit tinyurl.com/meetacitydog. A shelter adoption counselor will help potential adopters by calling and setting up an appointment.

For questions about pets available for adoption, the adoption process or anything else, the number to the city kennel is (216) 664-3069.  To see what dogs are available at the kennel, visit petango.com/cacc.    

Cleveland Care and Animal Control welcomes and appreciates donations. A list of items of what the shelter can use can be found on their Amazon wish list at tinyurl.com/citydogswishlist or at their Chewy wish list at chewy.com/.../friends-of-city-dogs-cleveland. Items ordered from Amazon or Chewy will be delivered directly to the shelter.

Donations can also be dropped off at the shelter located at 9203 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland. Donations are accepted between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Tuesday and Thursday hours for donation drop offs are 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

The shelter asks anyone that would like to donate money to please do so at Friends of City Dogs Cleveland at friendsofcitydogscleveland.com.

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