People found forever homes for furry pets on the Central Coast this weekend as the Woods Humane Society waived adoption fees.
Hundreds of animals in need of a loving family were available for adoption. It is an important event as it helps find homes for the animals but also frees more space for other animals in need of a place to stay, especially for those affected by the wildfires.
“We’re going to try to be filling up again this week and hopefully we can extend some of the empty space that we’ve acquired to some of the victims of the fires and other areas that are really impacted right now,” said Chantalle Little, rescue and foster coordinator.
The Woods Humane Society had about 140 animals available for adoption in the two locations.
Little says the shelter had a great turnout, 124 dogs and cats were adopted.