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Placer County SPCA offers 10 free adoptions on Black Friday, half off thereafter

Free pet adoptions at Sacramento's Front Street Animal Shelter until Dec. 31

During “Home for the Pawlidays,” at the city’s shelter at 2127 Front St., Kim Pacini-Hauch is picking up the cost of pet adoptions through Dec. 31.
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During “Home for the Pawlidays,” at the city’s shelter at 2127 Front St., Kim Pacini-Hauch is picking up the cost of pet adoptions through Dec. 31.

The Placer County SPCA is offering a Black Friday discount on animal adoptions at its shelter at 150 Corporation Yard Road in Roseville. The first 10 adoptions Friday morning will be free and the rest will be half off for the rest of the day.

The Roseville shelter opens at 10 a.m. and the sale continues until closing at 7 p.m.

Regular adoption fees vary depending on the animal. The younger the prospective pet, the more expensive the adoption. Cats older than 6 months typically cost $50. Dogs in the same age range are $125 and up. Kittens are $99, while puppies are $200 and up.

In Sacramento, the SPCA is having a sale Friday at its Adoptable Goods thrift store on E Street. The sale benefits early risers – from 10 a.m. to noon, everything in the store will be 75 percent off. From noon until 6 p.m., everything will be half off.

At Sacramento’s Front Street Animal Shelter, Realtor Kim Pacini-Hauch is picking up the cost of pet adoptions until the new year.

Ellen Garrison: 916-321-1920, @EllenGarrison

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