Central California SPCA reduces adoption fees through June

The Fresno BeeJune 9, 2014 

Central California SPCA has reduced adoption fees 50% on all cats and dogs during the month of June as a part of Rachael Ray's $100K Challenge -- a contest among 50 U.S. shelters to save more dogs and cats this summer than they did in 2013.

Dogs up to 5 years old will be available for $90 and dogs 6 years and older for $75. Kittens up to 12 months old will be $35. Cats over 12 months to 5 years old will be $30 and any cat 6 years or older will be $20.

All adoptions include spay or neuter, vaccines, de-worming, a microchip, a Fresno city dog license and flea treatment.

The local Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals shelter's goal is to save more than 2,800 pets this summer. For more information, call Central California SPCA at (559) 233-7722, ext. 107 or visit ccspca.com.

The reporter can be reached at (559) 441-6659 or kelwood@fresnobee.com.

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