“Adopt a Shelter Pet Month” requests more homes for shelter animals
October is “Adopt a Shelter Pet Month,” and with just a few weeks left, Hernando County Animal Services is offering a discounted adoption fee to try to get more shelter animals into good homes. As Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Stephanie Brown reports, it is important now more than ever to place these dogs and cats because of overcrowded conditions.
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