Hundreds of Northeast Kansas animals adopted during Clear the Shelters

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TOPEKA, Kan. (KSNT) – Hundreds of pets in Northeast Kansas were adopted as part of the Clear the Shelters Special.

Shelters in our area had a busy Saturday finding tons of pets loving homes. In total, the shelters paired nearly 400 pets with new families during the Clear the Shelters adoption special. Here’s the breakdown of those numbers:

  • Clay County Animal Rescue & Education Center, Clay Center: 15 animals adopted (They were completely cleared out!)
  • Junction City/Geary County Animal Shelter, Junction City: 35 animals adopted
  • T. Russell Reitz Animal Shelter, Manhattan: 46 cats, 14 dogs, and 1 bunny adopted
  • Helping Hands Human Society, Topeka: 70 cats, 28 dogs, and 1 hamster adopted
  • Lawrence Humane Society, Lawrence: 147 animals adopted
  • Jefferson County Humane Society, Valley Falls: 9 dogs and 5 cats adopted
  • Cattails: 15 cats
  • Heart Of Jackson Humane Society, Holton: 2 dogs

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