SCRAPS offers deal to help ease crowding – Spokesman.com

The Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service shelter is “bursting at its seams” with animals waiting to find homes.

“Right now we are seeing a ‘perfect storm,’ a combination of the after-effect from the economic downturn, puppy and kitten season, and not enough willing adopters,” SCRAPS Director Nancy Hill said in a news release.

To relieve the overcrowding at the shelter, SCRAPS is offering $25 off every adult pet adoption every Friday in June.

More here:  In brief: SCRAPS offers deal to help ease crowding – Spokesman.com – June 9, 2011.