Metro Animal Care and Control Announce "Pot 'O Gold" Adoption Promotion for March
March 1, 2017
Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC) invites pet lovers to draw from their "Pot 'O Gold" and meet their lucky charm in March. A "Pot 'O Gold" drawing will take place by all adopting families to determine their adoption fee when adopting an animal from MACC in March.
"This adoption event sprinkles a little St. Patty's Day spirit into adopting a forever furry friend in March," said Rebecca Morris, spokesperson for MACC. "It's all about the luck of the draw, but really, everyone who adopts a shelter pet is getting a lifetime of love and that is all the luck you need!"
During the entire month of March, adopting families will draw a shamrock with a reduced adoption fee amount. The adopting family will then get to take home their shelter pet at the reduced rate they drew. Adoption fees for dogs are regularly $90. These fees go toward the care, housing, feeding and medical attention given to Nashville's adoptable animal community. Every adoptable animal comes with up-to-date vaccinations, microchipped and spayed or neutered.
Potential adopters will still need to meet with an adoption counselor to find the best match for their family. Metro Animal Care and Control is located at 5125 Harding Place. Metro Animal Care and Control is open for adoption Monday-Wednesday 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m., and Friday-Saturday, 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. All dogs and cats are spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated. For more information visit macc.nashville.gov.
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About Metro Animal Care and Control
Metro Animal Care and Control (MACC) is committed to the delivery of effective, courteous, and responsive animal care and control services to the residents of Nashville/Davidson County. MACC's mission is to promote and protect the health, safety and welfare of pets and people in Nashville. Our goals are to build partnerships within the community to promote responsible pet ownership, decrease the overpopulation of domestic pets through spay-neuter programs, and to place adoptable animals in good homes.