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SPCA Serving Erie County cuts adoption fees in half

The adoption fees for off-site kittens and cats five months older will be half-off until Friday.

BUFFALO, N.Y. — The SPCA Serving Erie County is 18 animals short of reaching its goal of having 1,000 animals adopted.

To help reach its goal, it is taking half-off the adoption fees of off-site kittens and cats five months or older, as well as other small animals at any age. This half-off special does not include puppies or dogs.

If the SPCA Serving Erie County reaches its goal, it will win $15,000 from PetSmart Charities.

The half-off adoption fees run until Friday.

The animals included in the half-off adoption special are currently available at the following PetSmart locations:

  • 1581 Niagara Falls Boulevard, Amherst
  • 2102 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo
  • 1734 Walden Avenue, Cheektowaga
  • 123 Grey Street, East Aurora
  • 3425 Amelia Drive, Orchard Park
  • 5061 Transit Road, Williamsville

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