More than 100 animals found a new home in the week leading up to Christmas, a record-setting adoption season for the Peninsula Humane Society which still has just over 200 furry friends looking to join a family.
During the seven days leading to Christmas, 115 of the animals available for adoption were adopted from the Peninsula Humane Society. Homes were found for 106 and 104 animals in 2007 and 2008 respectively. This year, the shelter passed the 110 adoption mark for the first time in the week-long period.
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Pet adoptions up; 200 animals still need homes (San Mateo Daily Journal)