SANTA FE, NM (KRQE) – The Santa Fe Animal Shelter continues to face an influx of newcomers. More than 530 animals have come to the shelter in the past 30 days, severely limiting their space. They built 14 emergency kennels and had to put four puppies in some kennels, which they don’t normally do. So for the third time this summer, the shelter will waive its adoption fees this weekend.
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“It’s unprecedented for us to have a third free adoption event this summer, but we have so many animals right now. We have to bring them to a shelter,” said Murad Kirdar. , public relations manager of the shelter.
The shelter says they currently have more than 90 puppies and dogs available for adoption and more than 30 kittens and cats ready for a new home. The shelter says if you can’t make a long-term commitment, you can also temporarily accommodate a pet. Adopted pets include spaying / neutering, microchipping, and age-appropriate vaccinations.
For more information, visit sfhumanesociety.org.