Families and friends can now see their furry friends up close after over a year!
SAN DIEGO – As restrictions are lifted, more and more gems are opening up in San Diego, including the San Diego Humane Society! Indeed, the directors claim that more than 200 kittens have already been adopted since the start of the week.
Families and friends can now see rabbits, dogs and kittens up close after the San Diego Humane Society has been strictly outside and only made an appointment for more than a year.
“This is the first time in 15 months that we have had our walk-in adoptions and now we welcome everyone in person, so we’re really excited!” said Kyla Hagedorn of the San Diego Humane Society.
Guests are now welcome inside to see all the furry faces.
âWe have all types of animals; kittens, adult cats, dogs, birds and hamsters! We have a lot of hamsters, rats, we have everything! âAdded Hagedorn.
Adults and especially children love it.
âI really want a cat again, so yeah that’s what I want,â said Ford Friend, 5.
“I just want maybe three cats,” said Chase Friend, 4, Ford’s brother.
They even run a Smitten Kitten promotion where you can have one kitten for $ 25 and the second kitten for just $ 5.
This adoption promotion will allow the organization to care for over 6,000 kittens this year and will continue until June 30. If you are considering adopting, the organizers say get there with enough time because there could be a waiting list.
âAdopt a Pet! We really love bonding with the community and we’re excited to do it,â Hagedorn said.
The San Diego Humane Society is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and closed on Mondays.
You can see all the animals for adoption on their website.
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