Black Friday Pet Adoption Special


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Posted Online: Nov. 09, 2012, 1:21 pm
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Press release submitted by Humane Society of Scott County


The Humane Society of Scott County kicks off the holiday season on the day after Thanksgiving with an adoption fee sale on special pets of a certain color.

Fall in love with a (mostly) black shelter pet on Black Friday, November 23rd and adopt your new best friend for $20 ONE DAY ONLY from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.

For more information, visit our website at www.hssc.us, call us at (563) 388-6655 or visit the shelter at 2802 West Central Park Avenue in Davenport.


PET ADOPTION IS A LOVING OPTION!
Our mission to provide humane care for all of the lost, abandoned and unwanted pets in Scott County, to adopt these pets to caring, responsible, life-long homes and
to educate the community about responsible pet ownership.

















 



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