In celebration of the annual adoption event Clear the Shelters, the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Wake County (SPCA Wake) is offering 50% off all adoption fees now through Sunday, September 5, 2021.
During the annual Clear the Shelters event, families from across North Carolina line up at SPCA Wake in search of new four-legged family members, together sharing a common goal: to find a loving home for every adoptable pet.
This year, instead of the traditional one-day event, the SPCA is extending the celebration throughout the week.
“Clear the Shelters is an incredible opportunity for these pets to find homes,” says Samantha Ranlet, SPCA spokesperson, “and for each and every pet that’s adopted, a space opens up for us to rescue another pet in need.”
In previous years, Clear the Shelters has brought hundreds of pets and families together, including pets who may otherwise be overlooked by adopters. But in 2020, Clear the Shelters had to be canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With appropriate precautions in place, SPCA Wake hopes this year’s revival of the event will be as successful as in years past.
The 50% reduced adoption fee includes spay or neuter, a microchip, vaccines, deworming, and more (a $300 value).
The event will be hosted every day from 11am to 6pm, Monday, August 30 through Sunday, September 5, 2021 at the SPCA of Wake County’s Pet Adoption Center at 200 Petfinder Lane, Raleigh, North Carolina.
For more information about the adoption process, or to preview the pets available for adoption, visit spcawake.org.
The SPCA of Wake County serves the central region of NC, actively working in 58 NC counties through collaborative partnerships that save pets and help people. Significant activities include: Decreasing the number of animals entering animal shelters, increasing the number of animals leaving these shelters, and changing the hearts and minds of our community to value all companion animals. Our mission is to transform the lives of pets and people through protection, care, education, and adoption. Our vision is to create a humane community.
Source: Samantha Ranlet, SPCA of Wake County