Fall in Love Adoption event helps animals find loving homes


By Emily Roberts Jones

The Utah Humane Society is internet hosting the Fall in Love Adoption Event this week to get as many animals in homes as doable. There have been so many adoptions together with 21 on Tuesday alone, that the shelter feels nearly empty.

It is quiet in the shelter with nearly all the animals gone. All that is still are 5 canines, two dozen cats and a few guinea pigs and rabbits; about one fourth of the shelter’s regular capability.

The fourth annual Fall In Love Adoption Event is sponsored by Mountain America Credit Union who’re protecting the adoption charges throughout the event.

“Over the past four years, we’ve placed over 400 animals into loving homes, and so our hope is that we will have hopefully another 100-150 from this Monday through Friday,” Utah Humane Society affiliate director of promoting Guinnevere Shuster stated.

The objective is to get all the canines, cats, bunnies, guinea pigs, hamsters, ferrets and chinchillas residence for the vacations. The remaining animals are going to go quick, you can nearly say it’s a Christmas miracle.

One lady, seeking to undertake a rabbit named Falafel, stated “I just saw him on the website and he was wearing a little scarf and I fell in love with him.”

Normally, adoption charges can vary from $25 to $600 as a result of the truth that the Humane Society is a nonprofit and receives no authorities funding. The sponsorship that Mountain America supplies removes plenty of doubt and monetary worries with this event and the animals are grateful.

“This holiday season is a great time to adopt because a lot of people have time off for Thanksgiving, so bringing a dog or a cat or even a rabbit home gives you a little extra time getting settled before you head back to work,” Shuster stated.

If it’s time so that you can deliver residence a pet, don’t neglect to ‘adopt, don’t store’.