Grange Co-op and SO Humane team up to find FUR-ever homes for dogs
CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – The Central Point Grange Co-op and the Southern Oregon Humane Society have teamed up to find homes for the rescue train dogs today.
Grange Co-op says she holds the adoption event at her store twice a year.
The humanitarian company brought 20 dogs to the store, and by 1 p.m. 15 dogs had already been adopted.
“It’s heartwarming, great fun, we see them from the first day they arrive and they are a little scared and unsure, but by the time the event begins they are so excited and happy,” said the organizers of the event, Demetria Marical and Estrella. Cervantes.
The next adoption event to be held at the Grange will take place next year.
The event ended at 4 p.m.
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