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 A“Pep Rally for Pets” Event Features Free Adoptions, Cheer Performances

A“Pep Rally for Pets” Event Features Free Adoptions, Cheer Performances

El Paso Animal Services is hosting the first “Pep Rally for Pets,” on Saturday, September 29 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The “Pep Rally for Pets” will close out the High School Adoption Challenge promotion, which began on September 10, where local high schools were encouraged to share, adopt and vote for their school to spur a friendly competition, and help find forever homes for as many shelter pets as possible.

Local high school students showed their school spirit by sharing the event with friends, family and teachers, and when members of the community came into adopt, adopters were given the opportunity to vote for the local high school of their choice.

The three-week-long High School Adoption Challenge will conclude at the end of the Pep Rally, where the Animal Services Team will tally up the voting ballots and will present the High School Adoption Challenge trophy to the winning school who had the most votes, or adoptions.

Animal Services officials add, “The “Pep Rally for Pets” will be fun for the whole family, and local cheer squads will perform to help encourage the spirit of adopting!”

Adoption fees will also be waived on all Animal Services’ animals, and all adoptions will include the pet’s spay/neuter procedure, microchip, age-appropriate vaccinations and city license.

WHO:             El Paso Animal Services

WHAT:           “Pep Rally for Pets” adoption event with free adoptions on all Animal Services’ animals. Event will also feature performances from local cheer squads throughout the day.

WHEN:           Saturday, September 29, 2018 – 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

WHERE:         El Paso Animal Services Center – 5001 Fred Wilson Ave.

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