Washtenaw County, Michigan – Animals that have long awaited a forever family in Washtenaw County are receiving a special boost to help with adoption.
The Humane Society of Huron Valley announced Thursday, December 29, that it will waive adoption fees for certain animals that have been in shelters longer than usual.
HSHV Adoption Manager Alison Burrow said: “Some are old, some have special requirements, and some are just wallflowers that have been overlooked.”
Animals eligible for free adoption will have a golden heart logo on the adoption photo on the HSHV website.
Anyone wishing to adopt an animal from a shelter must go through the adoption process to ensure that the animal is sent to a safe and good home.
All Goldheart animals are neutered or neutered, undergo initial health check-ups and age-appropriate vaccinations, and have microchip IDs, making adoption costs as well as hundreds of dollars. You can save.
No appointment is required to pick up an animal from a shelter that is open 24/7 for animal consumption.
The shelter offers adoption services Monday through Wednesday from 11am to 6pm, Thursday and Friday from 11am to 7pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
Adoptable animals can be found at hshv.org/adopt and the Gold Hearts Facebook group.
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