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$14 Pet Adoptions offered by Placer SPCA




Roseville, CA - Are you ready to meet your Valentine?  At the Placer SPCA from February 14 through February 17, all adoptions are just $14.  They're single, ready to mingle, and searching for love.

The special adoption pricing is in effect at Placer SPCA adoption centers and satellite adoption locations.  You can find opportunities to adopt from the Placer SPCA at:

  • Placer SPCA Companion Animal Care Center, 150 Corporation Yard Road, Roseville (closed Mondays)
  • Pet Adoption and Resource Center in Auburn, 1482 Grass Valley Highway, Auburn
  • Cat Adoption Center at Pet Food Express, 1009 Galleria Blvd., Roseville
  • Thursday, February 14:  Raley's, 765 California 65, Lincoln (mobile adoption event)
  • Friday, Febuary 15: Petco, 6672 Lonetree Blvd, Rocklin (mobile adoption event)
  • Saturday, February 16: Douglas Ranch, 5460 Douglas Blvd, Granite Bay (mobile adoption event)

Take a chance on love, and come by to meet all the wonderful dogs and cats waiting for forever homes.  You may be surprised to find out just who your match will be!  Also enjoy sweet treats and Valentine's fun during your visit to the Placer SPCA Companion Animal Care Center.

All adoptions from the Placer SPCA include spay or neuter surgery, microchip, vaccinations, and a voucher for a free veterinary exam.  Please visit www.placerspca.org for more information, or call (916) 782-7722 or (530) 885-7387.





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