Residents Are Invited to Adopt a New Companion During “Home for the Holidays” at the Henderson Animal Shelter
Half Price for All Adoptable Cats and Dogs at Least One Year Old and All Rabbits
Henderson, Nevada (YN) – The City of Henderson is again offering discounted adoption fees in an effort to place every adoptable cat and dog at least one year old and all rabbits into loving homes. From now through
Dec. 31, the City of Henderson Animal Care and Control Facility is offering adoption fees at a 50% discount for adult dogs and cats and all rabbits:
- Adult Cats: $40 (regularly $80)
• Adult Dogs: $45 (regularly $90)
- Rabbits: $17.50 (regularly $35)
The Shelter is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday (closed holidays). Anyone who would like to adopt a pet during Home for the Holidays must have their furry friend chosen before 4:30 p.m. The Shelter is located at 300 E. Galleria Dr. (east of Boulder Highway, near the Bird Viewing Preserve).
Adoption costs include routine vaccines, spay or neuter surgery if not already done, microchip ID and registration, and rabies tag or Henderson license (depending on where you live). Anyone with pets at home who wishes to adopt must provide current rabies vaccination and spay/neuter paperwork to get licensed, no exceptions. If pets are already licensed with City of Henderson, this does not apply.
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