The Anti-Cruelty Society offers U.S. veterans an opportunity to adopt an animal at no cost to them, as long as funding from the Leon Burnett’s 82nd Anniversary Celebration continues. Through the Society’s Pets for Vets fund, the fees are waived for an adoption of an animal five months or older when adopting at the Anti Cruelty Society’s Adoption Center located at 510 N. LaSalle Street. (Paperwork verifying military service in the U.S. is required at the time of adoption to receive the promotion.)
“The Anti-Cruelty Society is proud to waive adoption fees for those who have served our country,” says Robyn Barbiers, DVM, president of the Anti-Cruelty Society. “We appreciate their commitment and work to protect us, and we thank them for their service by providing them with the love of a new pet.”
The Anti-Cruelty Society’s adoption process and requirements do not change with the fee-waived promotion. Visit anticruelty.org for more information on how to adopt and to view animals available for adoption.