CLEVELAND — Looking to adopt a new pet? You’re in luck!
The Cleveland Animal Protective League has announced that pet adoption fees for adult dogs and cats will be waived this Friday and Saturday (July 8-9). Adoption fees for kittens will also be dropped to $50.
The Cleveland APL says their adoption fees are typically $125 for adult dogs, $50 for cats and $95 for kittens.
Officials announced Thursday that this adoption effort is being held courtesy of donations from the Ken Ganley Auto Group. The last time adoption fees were waived, the Cleveland APL says 101 animals found their loving homes.
“We were so excited to see the wonderful turnout for the previous adoption promotion,” says Sharon A. Harvey, Cleveland APL President and CEO. “Now that we're in our hotter summer months, our team has been working hard to help more animals in need -- and quickly running out of empty kennel space.”
The Cleveland APL, which is located at 1729 Willey Avenue, says 3,926 animals were adopted at their location last year. You can learn more about their pet adoption process HERE.
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