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Howl-o-ween special offers $31 cat and dog adoption specials

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LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - Looking to bring a furry family member into your home? Now's the purrfect time to adopt with the Howl-o-ween Adoption Special at The Kentucky Humane Society and Louisville Metro Animal Services.

Starting Thursday, October 24 through Sunday, October 27, the adoption fee for cats and dogs four months and older is only $31. All pets adopted from KHS and LMAS have been spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated and given worm, flea and tick preventatives.

Visit kyhumane.org or www.louisvilleky.gov/AnimalServices to see all adoptable pets.

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