Be Kind to Animals Week at the Richmond SPCA
This is Be Kind to Animals Week, and adoption fees are all 25% off at the Richmond SPCA. Pictured is Valentine, a 4-year-old retriever mix (looks like part chocolate lab), who is waiting for a home.
Because adoption fees are usually $100 (unless there is some promotion happening, or an extenuating circumstance- for example, if you are a senior adopting a senior animal), this discount will bring the fee down to $75.
12:30 am • 8 May 2013 • 3 notes
Kittypalooza at Richmond Animal Care and Control
Starting today, Richmond Animal Care and Control is lowing the adoption fee on all cats and kittens from $65.00 to $20.00. They are eliminating the adoption fee on all dogs and cats over six years old. The shelter is located at 1600 Chamberlayne Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23222.
An appropriate application will still be required, as will proof of residency, proof of age (must be eighteen or older to adopt a pet), and a carrier or leash for your new friend.
7:50 pm • 12 July 2012 • 2 notes
Free Adoption of Adult Dogs and Cats at the Richmond SPCA Today.
The Richmond Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is hosting free adoptions of adult dogs and cats today (animals older than six months). Adoption centers open at 11am and close at 7pm. All pets adopted on any day from the Richmond SPCA come up to date on age appropriate veterinary care, spayed or neutered, and microchipped. You will also have access to the low cost Clinic for Compassionate Care for the rest of the pet’s life.
The website for the Richmond SPCA is here. The SPCA address is 2519 Hermitage Road, Richmona VA 23220.
For more information about choosing the pet that’s right for you, here is some information about choosing the right dog friend, and here is some information about choosing the right cat friend.
If you want to adopt a pet, but not today, the Richmond SPCA’s regular adoption fee is $95 per animal. The requirements for adopting a pet from the SPCA, on any day, include proof of address (picture ID or a utility bill), proof of age (you must be 18 or older), appropriate form of payment (none today, but on other days, anything but checks), and a carrier or leash for your new pet.
12:44 pm • 5 July 2012