Overcrowding leads Niagara SPCA to offer free pets

Nov 30, 2013

Overcrowding is becoming a serious problem at the SPCA of Niagara, and a pleas are being issued to potential pet owners.

The facility has been overwhelmed of late with the number of donated pets, with care being given to over 300 various cats, dogs, rabbits and other animals. The organization is offering all animals aged six months and older for free. These pets will be given full pre-adoption services and 30 days of health insurance.

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A lower pricing structure has been established for all other animals.

Adoptions can be made 7 days a week.