Bangor Shelter Reduces Adoption Fees for Week-Long Event


The Bangor Humane Society is reducing adoption fees for select pets this week as part of a month-long partnership with Quirk Subaru.

BANGOR, Maine – Finding homes for cats, dogs and other small animals is always a priority at the Bangor Humane Society.

To double down on matching pets with the right families, the company has partnered with Quirk Subaru for the entire month of October.

On “National Make A Dog’s DayOn October 22, Quirk hosted a “Fill the Forester” event. They invited the public to fill a car full of pet supplies, which will be raffled off to anyone who adopts a pet this week.

Some future pets from the society dubbed “Bring Me Home Today” pets will have reduced adoption fees this week only — a bargain for sweet pets. Those with reduced adoption fees this week will be marked with a pumpkin at the shelter.

“They are loved, but it’s still a stressful environment for animals to be in a shelter. They don’t get the kind of individual care that each of them deserves, so yes, we want to send them home” Kathryn Ravenscraft, director of development and communications with the Bangor Humane Society, said.

Take Me Home Today pets are neutered, neutered, have had all their checkups and are fully vaccinated.

Anyone who passes the verification process will receive $75 off kittens and puppies, 50% off cats one year or older, 50% off rabbits and small animals, and $50 off dogs one year old. year or more.

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