Highland, Ind. (October 7, 2014) — Humane Society Calumet Area will offer all treats and no tricks this October with an adoption fee-waived weekend at its adoption center and additional specials throughout the month.
HSCA’s Adoption Center will extend its hours for an entire weekend with adoption fees waived Friday, October 24 through Sunday, October 26.
The adoption special is open to the public and the event takes place with extended hours from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the shelter located at 421 45th St, Munster, Ind.
All adoptions require an approved application and standard adoption procedures apply. Some exclusions and additional fees may apply.
Throughout the month of October, each HSCA subsidiary organization will offer special discounts and contests:
-All adopters at HSCA’s Adoption Center will receive a goody bag.
-HSCA’s Estelle Marcus Animal Clinic will offer a buy one, get one 50% off special on Sentinol. The animal clinic also is located at 421 45th St, Munster, Ind.
-Receive a 25% off coupon when you bring your pet to trick-or-treat at HSCA’s Paws Resale Shoppe, 8149 Kennedy Ave, Highland, Ind.
-HSCA’s Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (MRWRC) is hosting a fall photo contest. Submit a fall photo featuring Indiana wildlife for a chance to win a MRWRC mug and t-shirt. For contest details, visit www.mrwildliferehab.org/events.asp.
For more information about HSCA, visit www.hscalumet.org.
About Humane Society Calumet Area
Founded by concerned citizen Miss Evelyn Sweitzer in 1941, Humane Society Calumet Area aims to lead the community in the humane treatment of animals by providing vital community services. In 2013, more than 1,500 homeless animals found homes through HSCA and many lost animals were reunited with their families. Additional HSCA services include spay and neuter surgeries for families with financial hardship at Estelle Marcus Animal Clinic, pet therapy teams that visit nursing homes and assisted living facilities, a humane education team that teaches local children about pet safety and compassion, and rehabilitation for wildlife at Moraine Ridge Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.