Kern County Animal Control shelters hosting adoption week-long drive, reduce fees
Fees include services for animals
Last Updated: 144 days ago
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Kern County Animal Control announced a week-long adoption promotion for Monday, July 22 through Saturday, July 27.
The initiative, called "Make a Match and Save a Life," allows people to adopt pets at reduced fees.
Dog adoption fees were reduced to $20; cat adoption fees were reduced to $10.
Fees include spay/neuter surgery, microchip, vaccines and one year dog license for eligible dogs.
People adopting pets can participate in games for addition discounts.
The Kern County Animal Control shelters in Bakersfield, Lake Isabella and Mojave are participating.
The Kern County Animal Control has had over 1,600 adoptions this year and rescued over 2,100 animals.
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