Though pets in children's movies often speak English, in real life they prefer to communicate through purring, wagging their tails, and arranging household items into rebuses for their owners to solve. Learn the language of the animals with today’s Groupon: for $34, you get full adoption fees for any animal at the SPCA of Wake County (up to a $115 value). Prospective pet owners must meet all adoption guidelines.
The SPCA of Wake County places over 3,000 animals in homes each year, helping build furry families humanely and responsibly. Adopters can visit the SPCA Curtis Dail Adoption Center to select a feline playmate for lonely balls of yarn, a dog to watch over children drawn to wells, or littler critters including rabbits and guinea pigs. Each adoption package includes a spaying or neutering, vaccinations, and a full physical including a behavior assessment along with a heartworm test for dogs and feline-leukemia test for cats. The SPCA of Wake County is a no-kill facility and is open for family-forming unions on every day but Thursdays, when animals help support shelter costs by filming footage of themselves to send to America’s Funniest Home Videos.
SPCA of Wake County
The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Wake County was originally founded in 1969 to transform the region into a humane area where every animal could find a home. Today, it works toward this goal by sheltering and securing the adoption of more than 3,000 animals every year and providing lost-and-found services for missing pets. The organization also supports pet owners with classes to help them care for their animals and addresses the problem of overpopulation through catch-and-release spay or neuter programs.
200 Petfinder Ln.
Raleigh, North Carolina 27603