DES MOINES, Iowa — The Animal Rescue League of Iowa (ARL) is holding a large adoption event at all their locations Friday, Nov. 24, until Monday, Nov. 27.
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Adoption fees will be $25 for all cats and dogs, ages six months and older.
The ARL has been at maximum capacity all year. In the last four months the ARL has taken in more than 260 dogs from five large-scale dog rescues.
“Today, over 1,400 animals woke up in our care, each with their own story and their own needs. Our team provides them with food, shelter, care and love, but what we really need are permanent homes,” said Tom Colvin, ARL CEO. “We need our community’s help now to open their homes to these very deserving animals and open up kennel space for the next animals who will come to us in need of help.”
All cats and dogs have been spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped. Adopters will also get ARL retail and training class discounts.
To learn more about the adoption process and view available pets, visit ARL-Iowa.org/Adopt.