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Regional Pet Adopt-a-thon
Regional Pet Adopt-a-thon
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Date/Time
Date(s) - 07/14/2013
12:00 am

Location
Priority Indoor Superstore

Virginia Beach, VA – Virginia Beach SPCA, Virginia Beach Animal Control, Norfolk SPCA, Norfolk Animal Care Center, Chesapeake Animal Care Center, Chesapeake Humane Society and Peninsula SPCA are happy to announce that they holding a regional adopt-a-thon, “Certified Used Pets” at the Priority Indoor Superstore located at 110 S. Independence Boulevard in Virginia Beach. The “Certified Used Pets” Adopt-a-thon will take place July 14th from 12 pm – 4 pm. All prices will be reduced – $20 for cats and $50 for dogs.

“We are so excited to have this opportunity to showcase the wonderful animals at local animal shelters that deserve a second chance to have a forever home,” said Sharon Adams, Executive Director of the Virginia Beach SPCA. “Dennis Ellmer with Priority Automotive was kind enough to open his indoor showroom for all of us to gather together for an event that promises to get many animals adopted.”

The goal is to find loving homes for as many animals as possible.  Come join in the “Certified Used Pets” adopt-a-thon!  Who knows, you may find the next member of your family!

For additional information on the “Certified Used Pets” adopt-a-thon, please contact Dawn Richardson, Development Director at 277-4362 or development@vbspca.com.

Participating shelters and agencies are:
Chesapeake Animal Services
Chesapeake Humane Society
Norfolk Animal Care and Adoption Center
Norfolk SPCA
Peninsula SPCA
Virginia Beach Animal Care and Adoption Center
Virginia Beach SPCA
Gloucester Mathews Humane Society

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