Overcrowded Shelter Looking to Adopt Pets
Published July 22nd, 2013
Ocala-Puppy and kitten season may be over, but the Marion County Animal Shelter is still seeing a spike in pets coming in.
The shelter is an open admission shelter which means they accept any and every animal that comes through their doors.
Because of the uptick in animals, the shelter is hosting a series of events to get the pets into a loving home.
If you plan on adopting a shelter animal, officials do warn that getting a pet is a life long commitment.
For more information on adopting a pet from the Marion County Animal Shelter, head to their website: www.marioncountyfl.org.
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