Regina Humane Society offers free adoption Friday
Three animals at the Regina Humane Society are still looking for homes and they are free to adopt.
The humane society is hosting a “Free Furry Friday” to try and get some of their animals out of the shelter and into a home.
Don Simons, director of communications, said the humane society has tried various ways to increase adoptions. He said the event is a good way to get people out to look at the free animals, but also to meet the rest of the furry friends waiting to be adopted.
Simons said Nagy, who was adopted on Friday, came in to the society in February as a pregnant, underweight stray. He said she was fostered for six weeks, gave birth to her puppies, and regained her health.
All of her puppies were adopted, but until Friday, Nagy hadn’t been.
She will live in a lively home with both adults and children.
A family who had their eye on Onxy finally made their decision to adopt Friday.
Simons said the family brought their two dogs to meet Onyx and in a matter of minutes the three pups were happily acquainted.
As of Friday afternoon, Chloe the cat, Rolo and Talia were still waiting for homes.
Simons said the humane society will put on another "Free Furry Friday" event in the future.
Edited by News Talk Radio's Michael Aynsley.