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Humane Society offers 'home for the holidays' animal adoption special starting Friday

 

Humane Society Silicon Valley is launching its Home for the Holidays adoption program on Black Friday in which any adult animals at its three locations have adoption fees of just $20.

The program, which runs through Jan. 5, highlights animals that have been with the humane society for a long time or have special needs.

People can visit the Humane Society Silicon Valley Animal Community Center at 901 Ames Ave. in Milpitas, the West San Jose Neighborhood Adoption Center in the Petco store at 500 El Paseo de Saratoga in San Jose, or the Sunnyvale Neighborhood Adoption Center in the Petco at 160 E. El Camino Real in Sunnyvale.

More information about the program can be found on the humane society's website at hssv.org/homeforholidays.

— Bay City News Service

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