“Thanks to The Summit, homeless pets are being given an opportunity to be seen by more people throughout the community. It also gives those a chance that can’t make it over to our shelter on Longley Lane the ability to mingle with cats and dogs, and find a new furry friend to bring home for Christmas,” said Kimberly Chandler, Community Programs Assistant.
Pet adoptions at The Summit are part of Nevada Humane Society’s Home 4 the Holidays goal of finding forever homes for 1,200 pets by Jan. 2. Since the launch of Home 4 the Holidays on Nov. 17, nearly 800 animals are now waking up in new homes, giving them the second chance they deserve, and making room for other homeless pets that remain in the shelter.
Home 4 the Holidays is a nationwide pet adoption drive now in its 12th year. It was created to get animals out of shelters and into good homes during this season of giving and love. Nevada Humane Society is one of thousands of animal shelters nationwide that are participating.
The Nevada Humane Society is open for adoptions 7 days a week (except for Christmas day), from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and an hour earlier at 10 a.m. on Saturdays, at the main adoption center, 2825 Longley Lane, Reno.
For more information about Nevada Humane Society, visit www.nevadahumanesociety.org or call 856-2000.