The Mobile SPCA will participate in the ASPCA National Adoption Weekend Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6 to encourage the public to safely complete adoptions from home amid the COVID-19 crisis.
“Since Mobile continues to have a high number of Covid cases, we will continue to complete adoptions online and by appointment. With as many animals as we care for on a daily basis, we must safeguard our staff from infection. Our office staff is working tirelessly and is glad to help everyone over the phone, by appointment or via email. The health and safety of the animals entrusted to us and the staff that we consider our family must be first and foremost in our minds. But, please do not hesitate to phone or, better, email us. Please watch our website and Facebook page for animals that are available for adoption, complete the online application and the staff will give you a call and set up an appointment for you to come a meet our great cats and dogs,” says Janine Woods, Executive Director.
WHAT: Mobile SPCA joins the ASPCA National Adoption Weekend to encourage the public to #AdoptFromHome, as part of a nationwide effort to help thousands of homeless dogs, cats and horses find loving homes.
WHEN: Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6
WHERE: To find out more about our minimal-exposure, contact-free adoption process visit MobileSPCA.org.
MORE INFO: Visit ASPCA.org/AdoptFromHome for more information about the ASPCA National Adoption Weekend, including a comprehensive map of participating animal shelters and rescue groups. This initiative will encourage the public—including people currently caring for foster animals—to complete adoptions from their homes to safely place thousands of homeless dogs, cats, and horses into adoptive homes across the country. During this period of uncertainty, it’s more important than ever for people to consider adopting a new animal not only for their benefit, but also to free up space and resources for other vulnerable animals in need.
Watch the website for animals available for adoption!