Take them home for the holidays was the name of a campaign for adoption that the Humane Society of the Peak Region established. It was a success and all the dogs were adopted as a result, making the volunteers happy.
A volunteer at the hostel posted the following on Facebook last Monday:
What happens if the last dog is put down for adoption? Your employees and volunteers leap into the panels to celebrate!
This organization promised not to charge adoption fees for cats and dogs up to five years old from December 18 until the new year in order to increase interest in adopting a companion animal.
These animals make wonderful Christmas presents, and getting a forever home is unquestionably the best gift of their lives for them.
Since over 31% of unadopted dogs are destined for euthanasia, it is extremely satisfying that all the dogs were adopted. Despite the organization’s knowledge that new animals will soon arrive at its facilities, 23 dogs and 25 cats have been adopted since the campaign began on Monday. Of course, they are willing to help them find a new home.
Later tonight or tomorrow, there will be more dogs available. Keep these initiatives going!