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Those first in line were targeting specific animals they spotted on the shelter’s website. Most said they had been thinking about adopting a new pet for awhile, and the promotion spurred them to take the leap. Some said they planned to make a donation to the shelter, despite the freebie offer. Front Street typically charges $65 for cats and $85 for dogs.

The Sacramento SPCA wants to #emptytheshelters and they’re offering FREE pet adoptions this Saturday, March 18th. Get details…

In 2006, the ASPCA conducted a study comparing the attachment levels of cat adopters who paid for their animals compared to those whose fees were waived. The study concluded that eliminating adoption fees did not reduce the value of pets among their owners, and that offering adult cats for free could dramatically improve the lives of cats that otherwise “would reside in a shelter for months” or be put to death.

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Overlooked Pets · Pets for Vets: Free Pet Adoption for Veterans · Adoption Process. The adoption fee for dogs and cats includes your new pet’s spay or neuter surgery, microchip (for dogs only), age appropriate vaccinations, deworming, and an offer for 30 days of free pet health insurance from . Cats and kittens can be adopted two for the price of one through our Adopt-A-Buddy program.

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"Free" cats and dogs can run pet owners anywhere from $200 to almost $500 - and that's for a healthy pet! Our adoption fee is $85 per cat and $150 per dog and includes all of these services. See more below.

PETS FOR ADOPTION OVER TWO MONTHS, FREE


Thanks to the BISSELL Pet Foundation, more than 20 shelters and rescue organizations in Michigan will offer free pet adoption on May 7, as a part of "Empty the Shelters Day."“There is nothing more heartwarming than to see a homeless dog or cat experience his or her ride home from the animal shelter,” says Sean Hawkins, Director of Marketing for the Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando. “We call the ride home a #Freedomride and we could not think of a better way to kick-off the year-end Adopt-a-thon than by partnering with Reed Nissan.”ORLANDO, Fla., Oct. 16, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando is holding its first ever Adopt-a-thon, free dog and cat adoptions, at Reed Nissan, 3776 W. Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32808, from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday, October 18, 2014. The Adopt-a-thon continues the Reed Nissan Pet Rescue Project by announcing the goal to adopt 2,000 homeless pets into new homes by the end of the year. Pet Alliance’s full service veterinary department has checked “under the hood” on all dogs and cats for the Adopt-a-thon, making sure each pet is spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and equipped with a Pet Theft Detection Device, also known as a microchip.The Adopt-a-thon keeps going all weekend. In addition to free pet adoptions at Reed Nissan on Saturday, all fees to adopt a pet will be waived at both Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando animal shelters all weekend. The Orlando location is 2727 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839 and the Sanford location is 2800 County Home Road, Sanford, FL 32773. Both shelters are open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday and from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday. . Please bring a collar and leash for dogs or a carrier for cats who are adopted or purchase one on site at all locations.