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By April Gray
Observer Staff Writer 

Santa Monica Animal Shelter and Police Sponsor an Adoption Event December 15th

Dogs on display, Kittens cats and even rabbits

 

December 20, 2018

Santa Monica Animal Shelter will hold an adoption event December 15th at the SMPD.

The Santa Monica Animal Shelter will be hosting a pet adoption event on Saturday, December 15, 2018 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Santa Monica Police Department

Holiday Substation located at 1313 3rd Street Promenade. The pet adoption event will include a reduced adoption cost of $50 dollars on all dogs, cats, kittens, and rabbits. The animal shelter currently has several adoptable pets who are hoping to find a forever home this holiday season.

The public is encouraged to post photos with their newly adopted pets on social media using the hashtag #AdoptSantaMonica, #WeAreSantaMonica & #SantaMonicaAnimalShelter.

Additional information on available pets is available on http://www.petharbor.com. The Santa Monica Animal Shelter is located at 1640 9th St., Santa Monica, CA 90401.

According to the Santa Monica Animal Shelter's Website, it "strives to be a no kill shelter." https://www.fsmas.org/faq/

Santa Monica Animal Shelter will hold an adoption event December 15th at the SMPD.

The Santa Monica Animal Shelter is more than just a temporary house for unwanted animals! The shelter provides a home for lost or abandoned animals, ensures that all animals in its care are receiving appropriate veterinary care, and works to support privately-owned animals with community education.

The shelter takes in dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, birds, small reptiles, and other exotic pets.

Veterinary care for animals in the shelter includes ensuring all animals are spayed or neutered, have appropriate vaccinations, and are dewormed, and free of external parasites.

As part of the Santa Monica Police Department, the shelter and its officers also provide other important services for the city, including:

Investigation of complaints regarding animals

Conducting humane investigations when animal cruelty is suspected

Monitoring city dog parks to ensure rules and regulations are observed

 

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