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Pet Adoption Fair for Holidays

County Shelters Seek Homes for the Holidays December 4


Give yourself the gift of a new dog, cat, bunny friend for the holidays !

Hundreds of homeless, but hopeful, animals awaiting their holiday gift—a loving family and a new home—will be available for adoption from Santa Barbara County shelters during the annual “Home for the Holidays” adoption fair. They are all possible pets that, through no fault of their own, are homeless and hoping for a holiday miracle.

This open house event allows the public to come get to know the adoptable pets at our local shelters. For some people, it’s a GREAT time to adopt a pet because they get to spend a few days home with them before going back to work.

Every cat and dog offered for adoption during the “Home for the Holidays” event is vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and has had a medical and behavioral evaluation. The cost to adopt a dog during the adoption fair is only $65.00; all cats are only $40.00; kittens are 2 for 1. All bunnies adopted will receive a welcome home gift basket.

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County Animal Shelter [K-9 PALS (dogs), ASAP (cats), BUNS (rabbits)]

- 5473 Overpass Road, Goleta

- Saturday, December 4, 2010

- 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

- Free admission, free parking

Courtesy of K-9 PALS, the Santa Barbara location will feature a bake sale fundraiser and “Ask an Animal Behaviorist” table. As an added incentive, each donor will be entered into a random drawing with a few lucky donors wining a raffle prize. Donations of $100 or more to K-9 PALS will receive an engraved dedication sign to be mounted on our kennels. By accepting donations, the shelter hopes to raise funds to continue to provide care and support services for the animals that do not find a home during the event.

Bonus Benefit !! Adopt a dog during the Home for the Holiday Adoption Fair and receive a voucher good for a photo with Santa and your pet at PETCO-Milpas on Saturday, December 4 or December 11.

K-9 PALS, the only non-profit organization that provides care and services for the stray and abandoned dogs of the Santa Barbara County Animal Shelter in Santa Barbara will be participating in this county-wide event.



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