Adoption fees reduced at Detroit Animal Care and Control as shelter faces overcrowding
DETROIT – Do you have room in your home and your heart for a new pet? the BISSELL Pet Foundation accommodates an emergency”Empty the shelters” adoption event at Detroit Animal Care and Control.
The adoption event will run from March 23 to March 30. The goal is to help cats and dogs find forever homes through reduced adoption fees. According to BISSELL, the shelter faces overcrowding due to a high seasonal supply of puppies, a lack of spay/neuter services during the pandemic, a lack of staff and slow adoptions.
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The BISSELL Pet Foundation sponsors reduced adoption fees of $25 or less for cats and dogs.
“Detroit Animal Care and Control needs your help. They face the tough decisions that come with overcrowding,” said Cathy Bissell, Founder of BISSELL Pet Foundation. “The BISSELL Pet Foundation is calling on Detroit-area residents to support their community shelter by adopting or adopting. Without you, there is no tomorrow for these amazing pets.
The BISSELL Pet Foundation was founded in 2011 by Cathy Bissell. Empty Shelters events began in 2016 and have helped over 83,055 pets find homes across the country and in Canada.
Click here to find out more on Clearing the Shelters events. Click here to see adoptable animals at the DACC.
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