The Animal Friends Humane Society van was parked outside the West Chester Library this afternoon, June 6, and attracted the attention of many children who happened to be attending the library’s summer reading programs.
Numerous dogs and an eight-week-old cat named Drew were at the library and were all available for adoption. At the time of adoption, the Animal Friends Humane Society provides all of their animals with beginner shots, spay or neuter surgery, a Butler County dog license, a pet microchip, 30-day pet insurance and a bag of dog food. Typically, there is a $125 adoption fee for each animal.
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The Animal Friends Humane Society will be offering pets up for adoption at a discounted rate from June 11 to June 30. During that time period, dogs can be adopted with everything listed above for $50. All cats during this period are free to adopt.
The discounted rate is being offered because the Animal Friends Humane Society shelter is close to being full. The shelter is located at 1820 Princeton Road in Hamilton, behind the Board of Elections building.
To adopt a pet or to receive more information, call 513-867-5727. To follow the group’s events go to the Animal Friends Humane Society Facebook page.
The Homeward Bound Greyhound Association will visit the library tomorrow, June 7, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Their purpose is to educate people about the plight of these dogs and assist in the adoption of greyhounds.
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