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The consulting relationship between the Franklin County Dog Shelter and the University of Wisconsin Shelter Medicine Program is ongoing. As of Monday, March 8th we shall be OPEN once more to the general public, normal hours. You will no longer need to make an appointment to come back in to adopt a cat/kitten.
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At the “Meet and Greet” you should have time to make the ultimate choice as to whether you want to adopt the pet. We are required to gather gross sales tax on adoptions in the state of Kentucky. Check our site daily for brand spanking new arrivals, and go to early as quickly as we open for the best selection. If you want to make a donation, please use the link below, and Select “Spay Neuter Services” or simply add a donation if you renew your personal canine’s license on-line.
There is a 75.00 dog and 50.00 cat adoption fee to undertake from this facility. The adopter should present proof of spay and neuter within 30 days or can receive a citation from the County. To view ALL of our present cats/kittens obtainable for adoption, please CLICK HERE.
All adoptable pets are spayed/neutered, micro chipped, up to date on vaccines, dewormed, flea and tick medication utilized, and able to go residence with you whenever you meet them. Many animals who come to AHS annually want foster care earlier than they’re ready to … Read More