Delaware Humane Association to offer an adoption special

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. – The Delaware Humane Association in Rehoboth Beach will be offering an adoption special this week in order to make room for cat’s coming in from Hurricane Michael.

We’re told they need space because they’ve also been taking in animals that were affected by Hurricane Florence.

To make room for the animals in need, the shelter will be offering a reduced adoption fee of fifty dollars for dogs and cats aged 1 year and older, and any dog over 25 pounds.

By adopting an animal, you will be helping the shelter to come up with more space, allowing them to help more animals.

Meg Searcey, the Adoption Center Manager said, “Come on in, we have lots of really awesome furry friends here. Our cats are always available for adoption, we also just got some spots in Petco right across the street so we have some there and then we always have dogs available for adoption too so come and find a new furry friend.”

The adoption special will begin Tuesday, October 16th and last through Saturday, October 20th.

Categories: Delaware, Local News, Pets