About 200 Florida canine displaced by Hurricane Irma can be among the many 1,000 or so animals up for adoption at this weekend’s Mega Adoption Occasion on the Jacksonville Fairgrounds.
The canine will arrive Thursday from a number of shelters in a number of Florida counties. Lots of them have been surrendered by their house owners on Florida’s West Coast as Irma approached, in accordance with First Coast No Extra Homeless Pets, which holds the Mega occasions 3 times a yr.
The most important group of canine shall be transported from Hillsborough County, in response to the nonprofit.
The occasion shall be 10 a.m. to six p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The $20 adoption payment consists of spay/neuter, microchip, vaccines and metropolis license, in accordance with the nonprofit.
“Doc Tony” Crothers, an area chiropractor and animal–rescue supporter, will sponsor free adoptions for lively and retired army. The general occasion is sponsored by the Petco Basis.
Parking and admission are free. The handle is 510 Fairgrounds Place in Jacksonville
For extra info, go to fcnmhp.org/assist-pet-house owners/undertake-a-pet.
Beth Reese Cravey: (904) 359-4109