AWL, at capacity, announces discounted adoption rates on older pets

News Now Warsaw file photo by Dan Spalding.
By David Slone 

WARSAW — The Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County finds itself over capacity and the no-kill shelter is seeking people willing to adopt some of its cats and dogs.

Executive Director Tonya Blanchard said that because they are at maximum capacity, they have lowered their adoption rates for adult dogs and cats, which make up most of their population.

“We are hoping this will be an incentive for the public to come out and see our available pets, who are more than ready to be adopted into warm and loving homes,” she said.

The AWL has dogs and cats of many breeds, ages and personalities.

For September only, according to a flyer provided, the adoption fee for adult dogs is $75 (50% off). Each additional dog is $50.

The adoption fee for adult cats is $50, and each additional cat is $25.

The Animal Welfare League is a nonprofit organization, and located at 1048 S. CR 325E, Pierceton.

To learn more, call 574-267-3008 or visit their website.