SANTA CRUZ, CA — Throughout the month of February, the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter is hosting a “Somebody to Love” adoption special, with 50 percent off adoption fees.
The shelter, located at 1001 Rodriguez Street, is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Prospective adopters must be at least 21 years old, have photo ID Should and should care for and care for pets suitable for them. Lifestyle and living environment.
The adoption fee for a puppy under six months of age is $105, while adult dogs can be adopted for $75. The adoption fee for kittens under six months old is $60, and adult cats are available for adoption for $55. Rabbits can be adopted for a fee of $35.
The reduced adoption fee will still include vaccinations, a microchip and spay or neuter.
The Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter has several events planned during “Someone to Love” during February, including:
Sunday, February 4, 12-2pm
Some BUNNY to Love @ Balefire Brewing Company
1517 E Cliff, Santa Cruz www.balefirebrewing.com
Staff and volunteers will have cute bunnies in the brewery so people can learn all about the care and handling of bunnies and how much fun it is to uncover their personalities!
Saturday, February 10, 5-6 p.m
Bedtime Stories @ Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter
1001 Rodriguez St., Santa Cruz www.scanimalshelter.org
Put on your jammies, bring the family and/or a date, and read some bedtime stories (or your favorite love poems) to shelter animals! You’ll be helping the animals settle in for a good night’s rest, and it’s a great way to see animals and see who shares your taste in literature!
Saturday, February 17, 1-4 p.m
Dog Speed Dating at Venice Tasting Room 200 High Rd., Santa Cruz www.venusspirits.com
Meet adoptable dogs from shelters and foster homes, get a dating sheet, and find your adorable furry match!
Saturday, February 24, 7-9pm
Pono Hawaiian Grill Downtown
120 Union St., Santa Cruz www.ponohawaian.com
Meet friends, enjoy delicious food, great cocktails, and live music from Beach Cowboys while you mingle with the dogs in foster care.
The shelter currently has hundreds of pets up for adoption. For additional details, visit the animal shelter’s website at scanimalshelter.org.
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