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Henderson Asks Residents to Help Clear the Animal Shelter August 17-18

Henderson Asks Residents to Help Clear the Animal Shelter August 17-18
The City of Henderson Animal Care and Control Facility will again participate in “Clear the Shelters,” a nationwide effort to find all shelter pets loving forever homes.

Cat, dog and rabbit adoptions will be half price, with an additional 50% discount for Henderson residents (bring state I.D.):

  • Cats/kittens: $40 for non-residents (regularly $80), $20 for Henderson residents;
  • Dogs/puppies: $45 for non-residents (regularly $90, $22.50 for Henderson residents;
  • Rabbits: $17.50 for non-residents (regularly $35); $8.75 for Henderson residents;

Adoption costs include routine vaccines, spay or neuter surgery if not already done, microchip ID and registration, and rabies tag or Henderson license. Pet owners wishing to adopt must provide current rabies vaccination and spay/neuter paperwork to get licensed. (This does not apply if pets are already licensed with the city).

Adoptions end at 4:30 p.m., so anyone wishing to adopt should choose their pet before that time.

WHAT: Clear the Shelters

WHEN: August 17-18, 7a.m.-5p.m.

WHERE: City of Henderson Animal Care and Control Facility, 300 E. Galleria Dr. (east of Boulder Highway, near the Bird Viewing Preserve)

For additional information, call 702-267-4970, or visit cityofhenderson.com. Follow the City on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.