Cats for Adoption! - SpokAnimal

Find out how to adopt and donate to the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service.
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Perhaps you've seen billboards across the Inland Northwest, or the PSA campaign's print and TV series' touting the myriad positives that come when you choose to adopt a pet from an animal shelter or rescue organization. Soon, those billboards could be plastered with the likeness of Spokane's most famous former shelter resident: . Bento, the , was adopted from the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Services (SCRAPS) back in 2010 by local creative and artist .
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Koda is available for adoption from the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service. Shelter workers say he is an energetic, friendly, happy dog who needs an active family. Because he is big and strong, Koda would do best in a family with a strong handler and no small children. SpokAnimal has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Spokane, WA.
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STEP 3 Bring your animal home. Virtually all of our animals are ready to go home the same day as the adoption, so you could have a new best friend today! Adoptions come with a 30-day ShelterCare health insurance policy, and most veterinarians in the Spokane area will provide a complimentary wellness exam following the adoption. ASPCA gave $500,000 in grants across the county for “Mega Match-a-thon” pet adoption events in March. A $10,000 slice of that was awarded to the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service, which is joining forces with SpokAnimal, the Spokane Humane Society and Pet Savers.The free pet adoption event will be at Subaru of Spokane, 423 W. Third Ave., from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday and 8 a.m. to noon March 31. Spokane County residents must buy a license – $25 for dogs, $15 for cats. All animals will be spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped.The event will be at Subaru of Spokane, 423 W. Third Ave., from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday and from 8 a.m. to noon March 31. All animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, microchipped and ready to go. Adoptive families will only have to pay for a Spokane or Spokane County pet license, which are $25 for dogs and $15 for cats. Residents who do not live in Spokane County will not have to pay the license fee, Hill said. Adoption fees make sure we can provide medical care, food, and shelter to the animals in our care. When you adopt from the Spokane Humane Society, you are receiving more than $315 worth of services included in your dog’s adoption fee and more than $235 included in your cat’s adoption fee. The Spokane Humane Society has developed animal welfare position statements that express our views regarding the appropriate treatment of animals. These positions are based on a belief that creatures deserve our respect, compassion, and consideration of their psychological and physical well-being. The position statements we've adopted are based on empirical evidence and scientific research that establishes animals’ capacity to feel pain and suffer.