May 30, 2023


pets keep it coming

17 pets adopted during Founder’s Day Adopt-A-Thon

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PANAMA City, Fla. (WMBB) — Just about every yr Nexstar’s 199 tv stations donate their time and vitality to a community provider venture.

We connect with it Founder’s Working day of Caring, and this year we lover with bay county animal regulate and Procedure Spay Bay to host a pet Undertake-A-Thon.

Cats and canines at the Bay County Shelter got a prospect to operate and participate in at the Undertake-A-Thon.

Some furry close friends even remaining the shelter with a new owner.

Bay County Animal Command Administrative Assistant Serina Junger said their objective is to come across the animals a residence as immediately as possible.

“We need to have to transfer our adoptions to give us more space for additional animals to come in. At the time our facility is complete then we have to talk to individuals to maintain onto their animals a minor extended till they have some house. Just about every animal that is adopted opens up yet another house for a further animal to come in and have that prospect to go household for adoption,” Junger said.

Junger explained they receive about thirty new animals at the shelter weekly.

Operation Spay Bay Maxine Cornette claimed occasions like this are a opportunity to educate individuals on the relevance of spaying and neutering their animals.

“Please spay and neuter. Registered euthanizations in this state is about 50 million,” Cornette said. “We euthanization way much too many animals it is genuinely important. Spay and neuter. All these infants would have a household if we just spay and neuter our pets.”

The price to undertake a cat or doggy is $25.

That incorporates spaying or neutering, vaccinations, microchipping, and flea and heartworm therapies.

Ahead of Friday’s Adopt-A-Thon the shelter was comprehensive of in excess of 50 animals.

About 50 % of them found new for good properties through our function. A complete of 17 pets were being adopted on Friday, 12 canines and 5 cats.