Foothills Humane Society says goodbye to winter with spring adoption special

As spring slowly limps in again, Foothills Humane Society invites you to usher out a dreary winter by welcoming into your lives the musical voice of a new dog or cat. Let their unconditional love and the beauty of their colors warm the dampness of these fading winter days.

 

During April and May, adoption fees are reduced for adult animals only. The formula for fee reduction goes like this: Divide the usual fee for an adult dog or cat by the number of colors in that animal’s fur and pay the reduced fee. The shelter staff feels confident the animal adopted is the answer to calm your Spring fever.

 

FHS is located at 989 Little Mountain Road in Columbus, N.C. Current animals available can be viewed online at foothillshumanesociety.org or call 828-863-4444 for directions and hours.

 

-Submitted by Sharon Ross

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