"Feline Frenzy and Canine Crazy" Pet Adoption Month
It's raining cats and dogs in gainesville this month.
Three agencies-- Alachua County Animal Services, "No More Homeless Pets," and the "Wagmore Foundation" are holding a month-long pet adoption event.
The first ever "Feline Frenzy and Canine Crazy" pet adoption will run through the month of July.
The event offers free adoptions of 50 cats and 50 dogs that have been spayed or neutered.
All of the animals are microchipped and up to date on vaccinations and flea and tick treatments.
"Who knows, you guys can come and fall in love with you next best friend. if you were in defense about getting an animal, maybe this is the reason for you to get up off the couch and come see us… so all month long," said Program Coordinator at Alachua County Animal Services, Hilary Hynes.
Hynes says that this time of year is the busiest month for breeding.
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