Spokane Humane Society cuts adoption fees for Freedom by the 4th | Families
The Spokane Humane Society is cutting adoption fees as part of their Freedom by the 4th program. The goal is to adopt 50 of the shelter's cats and kittens into loving permanent homes by the end of Thursday.
“With the recent large number of unwanted animals being surrendered to the Spokane Humane society, we need the community's help to provide homes for these amazing Spokalicious animals,” said the Spokane Humane Society's Executive Director Dave Richardson. “The shelter is full.”
In order to help things along, the humane society is reducing kitten adoption fees by half, and waiving adoption fees entirely for all adult cats.
“We need individuals and families in the market for a new furry-faced family member to opt to adopt,” said Richardson.
All of the cats and kittens available for adoption are current on their shots, spayed or neutered and micro chipped. People wishing to help cover the cost of an adoption for another family can sponsor an animal online at www.spokanehumanesociety.org or in person.
The Spokane Humane Society says summer is the perfect time to get a new family pet. With the kids out of school, having someone home to help your new family pet learn the house rules will help them adjust to their new surroundings.