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Metro Denver Shelter Alliance Waves Pet Adoption Fees This Week At Area Shelters

Thinking about a new addition to the family? The four-legged furry kind? This is your week! Thanks to the Metro Denver Shelter Alliance members, they are waiving fees on cats and dogs 1 year and older this week at the Denver Dumb Friends League and other select pet shelters! Spring into summer with a new pet. This is a first-of-its-kind collaborative adoption special, which highlights just how collaborative all the shelters are in helping place homeless pets.


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Summer is a great time to adopt a pet—long, lazy days for playing, training and getting to know your new family member! That’s why participating Metro Denver Shelter Alliance (MDSA) shelters and rescues are offering a five-day “Spring into Summer” metro-wide adoption special. From June 10 to 14, participating shelters and rescue groups are waiving fees for all cats and dogs 1 year and older—a first-of-its-kind collaborative adoption special. 

Formed in 2000, the Metro Denver Shelter Alliance is a coalition of more than 25 public and private shelters, rescue and animal service providers committed to saving pets and fostering responsible pet ownership to increase the number of animals adopted and reunited at shelters throughout the community.

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You can visit the Denver Dumb Friends League website ,or stop by and see all the friendly faces looking for their forever home! 



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06/10/2013 11:59AM
Metro Denver Shelter Alliance Waves Adoption Fees This Week At Dumb Friends League
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