Friday the 13th could be a lucky day for surrendered pets, especially after San Diego Mayor Todd Gloria’s influence.
The mayor is responding to calls for help from the San Diego Humane Society by sponsoring a new #Gloria100 adoption promotion for adult dogs. intend to do something.
From Friday to Sunday, the first 100 adult dogs (7 months and older) will be waived. After reaching 100 adoptions, there is a $25 fee for all adult dog adoptions.
The Humane Society appealed for help in December, but noticed a record overrun of 606 dogs on December 20th. This means that there are more dogs than in a standard kennel.
Gloria said in a statement, “Adopting a rescue dog, Diego, has brought me so much joy. I know adopting a new pet can do the same for other families.” We are proud to host because the people of San Diegan give and love and we are confident that so many animals will find a permanent home in our shelter. I have.”
Even if people can’t adopt dogs permanently, there are other ways to keep animals from entering shelters unnecessarily, said Dr. Gary Weitzman, president and CEO of the Humane Society, in a statement. I’m here. “There are so many things our community can do to help. I will tame it.”
The San Diego Humane Society is accepting walk-in adoptions Tuesday through Sunday from 10am to 5pm at its Escondido, El Cajon, Oceanside, and San Diego campuses. To see which animals are available for adoption, visit sdhumane.org/adopt.