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Animal Allies Celebrates 5 Years With Discounts

Updated: 05/10/2014 9:44 PM
Created: 05/10/2014 9:43 PM WDIO.com

Animal Allies celebrated its fifth anniversary Saturday. The shelter hosted an open house in honor of their success so far.

"We wanted to introduce the community to the shelter once again," Communications Director John Gustafson said. "After five years, we've had some major accomplishments here."

Staff said community support allowed animal allies to achieve their goal of zero euthanasia of healthy, treatable cats and dogs.

There is a promotion going on called High Fives and Drive where people can get a discount on cat and dog adoption fees. The promotion ends Sunday.

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