BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - As part of their "Big Game" adoption week, Kern County Animal Services is offering reduced adoption fees.
"Now is the perfect time for anyone that has been thinking of adopting a new pet and adding that special friend to their team," said Shyanne Schull, Interim Director for Kern County Animal Services.
Through the department's "Big Game" adoption week, the public is encouraged to come out to either the Bakersfield, Mojave or Lake Isabella shelters, to adopt a cat or dog at reduced rates.
Dog adoption fees have been reduced to $20 and cat adoption fees have been reduced to $10. All fees include spay/neuter surgery, first set of vaccinations, microchips, rabies vaccination and dog license for qualifying dogs and a one year license for residents living in areas outside of Kern County.
For information on adopting a pet, you are asked to call the Kern County Animal Services. Reduced rates will be going on between Monday, Jan. 27 through Sat., Feb. 1.