Humane Society brings mobile adoption unit to Falls City Hall
— For families looking to add a four-legged family member, the Falls Furry Friends Adoptathon on Saturday, June 24, outside of Cuyahoga Falls City Hall, may be the perfect opportunity.
The event takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the south parking lot outside of the Cuyahoga Falls utility billing department, 2310 2nd St., and will feature the Humane Society of Summit County’s mobile adoption unit, where animals such as cats and dogs will be available to meet guests and potentially find a permanent home.
The afternoon will also feature giveaways, pet safety decals, Envelopes of Life for emergency preparedness, pet bandanas, dog treats, animal safety education and much more. Guests are invited to bring their pets.
“There are so many wonderful animals who are looking for a forever home, and this event is a great opportunity for anyone who is considering adopting a new family member to meet some adoptable animals, ask questions and learn about pet ownership from the people who care for the animals every day,” said Kathy Romito, community relations manager for Western Reserve Hospital.
The Humane Society’s mobile adoption unit is a fully equipped 27-foot vehicle custom designed specifically to house up to 28 animals safely and comfortably for travel throughout the county.
The Falls Furry Friends Adoptathon represents a partnership between the Humane Society of Summit County, the city of Cuyahoga Falls and Western Reserve Hospital.