Free Pet Adoptions for Veterans

Free Pet Adoptions for Veterans

Sacramento, CA – Veterans wishing to adopt a pet can now do so from a public animal shelter at no charge. Effective January 1, 2020 under California Senate Bill 245 veterans may show their driver’s license or ID card with the “VETERAN” designation on it to shelter personnel and their adoption fees will be waived. Although the bill waives adoption fees, licensing and microchip fees still apply. The law limits the free dog and cat adoptions to one every six months. You can view dogs and cats available for adoption in your area online at www.petharbor.com.

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