For the first time Thursday, the Hawaiian Humane Society on Oahu has adopted all available animals from its campus.
The adoptions followed a “Clear the Shelter” campaign, launched Wednesday, that encouraged people to welcome a pet into their homes.
Over the two days, 24 pets were adopted, including dogs, cats and small animals.
“The best part of each day was watching animals that had been at the society for some time get a second look,” said Allison Andrade Gammel, community relations director, in a news release.
Since animals come into the shelter daily, the society is extending “Clear the Shelter” through New Year’s Eve. Adoption fees are waived as part of the campaign.
For more information, visit the humane society’s website.
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