The Dumb Friends League has determined there are a lot of people out there that need a new entertainment center for their home, some need a personal trainer for their shape-up needs, a new vacuum cleaner or maybe even a life coach to help them be a better person and show more compassion. With this very thought in mind, Dumb Friends League is offering a reduced adoption fee to $50 for dogs and puppies or cats and kittens. This way more people can go by and look at the various selections of animals that will entertain them so they watch less television. People can also look at all the new and slightly older models of floor cleaning, plate licking dogs and puppies that are now available. Need a personal trainer that can double as a running partner? Well their huge selection of dogs will take care of that issue for anyone looking. Maybe you just need a life coach that will listen to your problems and issues and help you work through them; well a cat or dog is the greatest for this as they are great listeners and don’t voice their opinions when they are not wanted.
With the rising number of pets being dumped at shelters it is increasing their time spent at shelters. For the next 15 weeks until June 30th, both the Dumb Friends League locations will host the temporary $50 adoption fee. Bob Rohde, president and CEO of the Dumb Friends League said, “We have seen fewer adoptions during the past two months and some pets are actually waiting longer to find homes.” The Dumb Friends League has over 880 pets in their care right now, so there is a dog or cat for everyone. No matter what you are looking for just let them know and with these numbers they are sure to meet everyone’s needs and wants. Each adoption fee includes spay/neuter, initial vaccinations, microchip ID with registration, a free initial office visit at a participating veterinarian and more. Just where can you get all this for $50? An entertainment center costs well over $300 and up to $5,000, a personal trainer can cost well over several hundred, a vacuum cleaner can cost you $400+ and a life coach, wow they can get really expensive. $50 seems like pocket change for the quality of the companionship your getting.
If interested in seeing all the latest models and styles please visit all the dogs and cats in need of new homes at the Dumb Friends League’s webite. You can also visit in person for the “have to touch and feel them” people by visiting them at the Quebec Street shelter in Denver or the Buddy Center in Castle Rock.
Go to the Animal Rescue Site and click the purple paw print to help feed shelter animals for FREE. In 2010 they helped to provide shelters with over 72 million bowls of food, from just a click a day from people like you.
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