Upland animal shelter offers reduced cost adoptions
The Friends of Upland Animal Shelter is participating in August’s eighth-annual Clear the Shelters campaign.
The Upland shelter, 1275 San Bernardino Rd., is offering reduced adoption fees for dogs and cats between six months to seven years old throughout August as part of the campaign. Dogs can be adopted for $150, cats for $95, and every adoption includes a spay/neuter surgery, mandated vaccinations, microchipping, a health exam, and 30-days of pet insurance.
NBC4 and Telemundo 52 are presenting the monthlong adoption and donation event.
The Upland shelter will also accept donations on behalf of other shelter animals participating in the campaign. To view a list of participating shelters, visit nbclosangeles.com/news/local/clear-the-shelters.
In the eight years of the campaign, about 728,000 pets have been adopted. This year alone, 25,025 pets have found their “forever homes,” according to NBCLA.
For more details, visit clearthesheltersfund.org.