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December 28, 2013

SPCA exec says pre-holiday plea resulted in nearly 300 stray animals finding homes


She stressed that the shelter, while more roomy in recent days, is always looking to match available animals with suitable owners. The SPCA’s current adoption promotion runs through Dec. 30 and individuals interested in adding a pet to their home are encouraged to visit during shelter hours. 

The SPCA’s adoption fee schedule for 2014 will be as follows: adult dogs six months old and older, $110; puppies, $225; senior dogs (10 years old and older), fee will be waived; varying adoption fees for small breed, pure breed and exotic animals; kittens, $100; cats six months old to three years old, $60; and cats three years old and older, fee waived.

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