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March 14
​Find your Treasure this St. Patrick’s Day at the Wake County Animal Center

Adoption special runs through March 19

This St. Patrick’s Day, why look for a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow when you can find your perfect treasure among the homeless pets in Wake County? The Pot of Gold – Find your Treasure adoption special makes this the purr-fect time to bring home an adult cat or dog from the Wake County Animal Center.

Now through Sunday, March 19, cats and dogs age six months and older will be available for adoption at the following rates:

  • Cats – Name your price
  • Dogs – $25

Adult cats and dogs make great pets because they have already developed their personalities and behaviors. If a cat or dog is coming from a foster home, potential owners will also know more about what the animal is like in a home environment.

Of the animals available for adoption, there are approximately six adult cats and 25 adult dogs at the center, as well as approximately 18 adult cats and 33 adult dogs currently in foster homes. View the Wake County Animal Center Adoption Gallery to see all animals available for adoption.

The Wake County Animal Center is an open-admission animal shelter operated by Wake County. The center receives all stray, abandoned and surrendered pets in the county and works in partnership with fosters, volunteers and local rescues, to treat and rehome thousands of homeless animals every year.

Learn more here about adopting from the Wake County Animal Center.


 



 

 

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