HSSA to waive cat, dog adoption fees this weekend - Tucson News Now

HSSA to waive cat, dog adoption fees this weekend

Winston (Source: Humane Society of Southern Arizona) Winston (Source: Humane Society of Southern Arizona)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Humane Society of Southern Arizona will waive adoption fees on cats and kittens this weekend.

Potential families can find these free felines that are fully spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped at the main shelter, both PAWSH locations at Park Place and La Encantada Malls, Petsmart at I-19 and Irvington, and Petsmart at River and Orange Grove.

Dog adoption fees are also waived through Sunday as part of "Barktober" at the shelter.

For more information, visit the HSSA website here.

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