BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are thinking about adopting a pet in Palm Beach County, Saturday is the day to do it. In honor of Halloween, Palm Beach County Animal Control is offering free adoptions to the first five adopters who arrive in costume starting Saturday and ending Monday, October 31st. The free adoption offer is valid towards any pet dog, cat, kitten, puppy or pocket pet.
If you don’t have a costume, you’re not out of luck. There are two other promotions in effect:
1. “Fall In Love With A Feline.” All Fall-colored cats and kittens are only $10 to adopt during the month of October. Just look for cages marked with a maple leaf.
2. “Go Green, Adopt a Hybrid!” All hybrid (mixed breed) dogs are only $25 to adopt during the month of October.
Animal Care and Control is located at 7100 Belveder Road in West Palm. For more information, telephone 561-233-1222.
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