Central California SPCA has reduced adoption costs for cats and dogs this week as it participates in Rachael Ray's S100K Challenge.
The local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals aims to save the lives of more than 2,800 pets this summer. The shelter will compete with 50 other shelters across the nation to save more animals than it did in summer 2013.
This week, the cost to adopt a cat or dog is only $28.80. The fee includes spay or neuter, vaccines, de-worming, a microchip, a Fresno city dog license and flea treatment.
For more information, contact Central California SPCA at (559) 233-7722, ext. 107.
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