All cats and dogs six months and older available for free, May 18-20
Las Vegas – With the shelter nearing capacity ahead of the busy summer months, The Animal Foundation is offering a special free adoption weekend to help find forever homes for all cats and dogs six months and older. The new promotion is valid only at The Animal Foundation’s main campus at 655 North Mojave Road in Las Vegas. The free adoptions for the shelter’s cats and dogs from May 18 through 20 will include spay/neuter surgery, microchipping and up-to-date vaccines. A city/government fee of $10 will apply for residents of the City of Las Vegas and the City of North Las Vegas. Prospective pet parents are encouraged to stop by The Animal Foundation’s campus adoption facilities at 655 North Mojave Road beginning tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
This newest adoption promotion is just one of the many life-saving and life-changing efforts implemented as part of Mission: Possible 2020, The Animal Foundation’s commitment to save all healthy and treatable animals in their care by the end of 2020. The Animal Foundation is the highest volume single-site animal shelter and pet adoption center in the nation and provides refuge for thousands of homeless animals throughout the Las Vegas Valley.
For more information or to search for a new companion, please visit animalfoundation.com.
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ABOUT THE ANIMAL FOUNDATION:
The Animal Foundation is a private, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to saving the lives of all healthy and treatable animals in the Las Vegas Valley. The Animal Foundation operates the highest volume single-site animal shelter in America, saving more than 25,000 pets last year. Founded in 1978, The Animal Foundation’s lifesaving programs are designed to address the root causes of pet overpopulation and homelessness and include: adoptions; low-cost spay/neuter, microchipping and vaccination services; lost & found pets; Community Cats; and more. In June 2015, The Animal Foundation announced Mission: Possible 2020, a strategic initiative to save the lives of all healthy and treatable animals who come to them in need by the end of the year 2020. To learn more about The Animal Foundation or view adoptable pets online, visit animalfoundation.com.