This Canadian Province Is Hosting A Huge Adoption Event This Weekend And You Can Adopt A Pet For 50% Off

The BC SPCA is having an adoption event and offering 50% off adoptions!
This Canadian Province Is Hosting A Huge Adoption Event This Weekend And You Can Adopt A Pet For 50% Off

Who's in need of a new furry friend? It doesn't matter whether you're a cat or dog person, this huge adoption event will have pets of all kinds and all adoptions will be 50 percent off!

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This weekend, the BC SPCA is hosting a province-wide adoption event at all of its shelters, and are offering an incredible discount of 50% off all adoptions. The huge discount will apply at all branches across British Columbia. 

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The BC SPCA is hosting an one-day adoption event on Saturday, October 13th called “Fall Head Over Tails in Love”. During this event, there will be tons of different pets to adopt for a seriously reduced price, such as dogs, cats, kittens, rats and rabbits.

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You'll be able to get 50% off the adoption fee and BC Pet Registry fee if you're taking home a domestic pet. If you want to adopt a horse or farm animal, discounts will vary depending on the case. 

You can check out which animals are available for adoption on the BC SPCA website here

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The BC SPCA is hoping to help animals with this event. "When one animal finds their forever home, it gives us the opportunity to assist other animals who might be in need of care," says Mark Takhar, BC SPCA’s Chief Operations Officer in a news release. "We want to make sure no animal is left behind, and this event in particular – a groundbreaking one for the BC SPCA – will allow us to help other vulnerable animals throughout the province."

To find out more information about the adoption event or to adopt a pet of your own, check out the BC SPCA website here