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Black Friday Adoption Special

Adoptable dogAdopt ‘til you drop this Black Friday! On Friday, Nov. 27, the Dumb Friends League is offering $50 off adoption fees for all dogs, kittens and puppies, and waived adoption fees for all adult cats (1 year and older).

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Cold weather safety tips

Dog in snowAs Denver prepares for its first big cold snap of the season, it’s important to keep in mind that our furry friends are feeling it too. The Dumb Friends League is offering the following tips to remind pet owners to take extra precautions to protect your pets when the temperature drops:

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PAWS TO GIVE™ to help homeless pets this holiday season

Paws to GiveWhile you’re making your holiday gift list, don’t forget about the furry, four-legged homeless friends in need of a little extra help this holiday season. The Dumb Friends League is holding its annual Paws to Give holiday fund drive to help the many homeless pets and horses in its care.

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Waived Adoption Fees for Senior Pets Through November

Senior DogNovember is “Adopt-a-Senior-Pet Month,” and the Dumb Friends League wants to remind everyone looking to add a new pet to their life that love knows no age. To help its more mature adoptable pets find happy homes, the Dumb Friends League is waiving the adoption fee for all pets that are 5 years old and older, through the entire month of November.

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Cody is friendly and affectionate!

Cody, Featured Adoptable Cat

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Sail proves senior cats are special

Sail the senior catMy daughter and I stopped by the Quebec shelter in December 2014 to visit the dogs. We lost our dog to diabetes in June and were ready to adopt another needy soul. There weren’t many medium or large breeds, and on our way out, my daughter suggested we visit the cats.
When we entered a cat visiting room, a beautiful, friendly orange tabby greeted us with meows and rubs, and instantly won my heart! I was four months pregnant and slightly emotional. A volunteer noticed my affection toward the cat and commented about her being there since September and not getting adopted, probably because she was 8 years old. My eyes welled up, and I knew this cat was coming home with us.

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