Adoption donations made for Sandy Hook

Couple donates money for 26 adoptions

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A local couple has donated enough money to pay for 26 adoptions in honor of the Sandy Hook victims.

The unknown couple called the 'Friends of Kern County Shelter Group' and donated $260, to pay for the adoptions.

Volunteers at the shelter said the first 26 people who adopt out will be able to receive the pets at a discounted price.


Info on some pets up for adoption:

Leon, about 2 years old
Male German Shepherd mix (ID# 923246)
Rescued off of the streets by a KCAC Officer
Needs to be neutered before he can go to her new home

Josie, about 1-year-old
Female German Shepherd mix (ID# 922903)
Brought to the shelter as a stray by a Good Samaritan
Needs to be spayed before she can go to her new home

Tommy, about 2-years-old
Neutered male Gray/Black Tabby mix (ID# 922614)
Rescued in Bakersfield by a Good Samaritan

Rocko, about 3-years-old
Neutered black and white domestic shorthair (ID# 917687)
Brought to the shelter by a Good Samaritan

Basil, about 7 months old
Neutered male Tabby mix (ID# 920680)
Came to the shelter because his owner didn't have enough time to spend with him.
Ready to be adopted


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