Arizona Animal Welfare League waives adoption fees on dogs, cats

Sushi, a dog up for adoption. (Submitted photo)

Sushi, a dog up for adoption. (Submitted photo)

The Arizona Animal Welfare League and Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is waiving adoption fees for selected dogs and cats.

AAWL and SPCA, the state’s oldest and largest no-kill shelter, has also reduced adoption fees for some animals to only $25. The adoption specials run through Sunday, Aug. 9.

Every pet adopted opens up room for AAWL and SPCA to rescue another animal from euthanasia, stated a press release.

All of AAWL and SPCA’s adoptable animals are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped before being placed in new homes, stated the release.

For more information on all the adoptable animals available through AAWL and SPCA, go to or call 602-273-6852, ext. 116 (dogs) or ext. 103 (cats).

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