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$5 Fur-iends Adoption Special

Now Through Saturday!

Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but Tuesday is National Love Your Pet Day, and Asheville Humane Society is celebrating all week long with a $5 “Fur-iends” adoption special! Adoption fees are $5 for all animals who are 6 months of age and older, now through Saturday, February 24. 

“We have so many homeless pets who are looking for a new best friend! If you’ve never experienced the love of a pet, now is the time find out what you’re missing,” said Meredith Pitcairn, Communications and Digital Fundraising Manager at Asheville Humane Society. “A four-legged friend will always be there for you!”

All adoptions include spay/neuter, microchip, all up-to-date vaccines, initial flea and heartworm preventive, a free starter bag of food, and an optional month of free pet health insurance! To view all available animals, please visit ashevillehumane.org.


Who: Asheville Humane Society

What: $5 Fur-iends Adoption Promotion

When: Tuesday, February 20 – Saturday, February 24

Tuesday: 10 am – 7 pm

Wednesday – Saturday: 10 am – 6 pm

(Animal rooms are closed daily between 1-2 pm for naptime.)

Where: 14 Forever Friend Lane, Asheville, NC 28806

Why: To find forever homes for animals in need!

About Asheville Humane Society

For over 30 years Asheville Humane Society has been saving homeless Buncombe County animals. Today we operate both our own state-of-the-art Adoption and Education Center and the County's only open door shelter where no local animal is ever turned away. We rescue, reunite, rehabilitate and re-home abandoned, abused, injured and lost animals. We provide education, training and support to keep pets in their homes. Asheville Humane Society has earned the highest rating of Four Stars from Charity Navigator, a designation achieved by only 25% of all charities nationwide. Our nationally recognized innovative programs and partnerships are steadily moving Buncombe County toward a no-kill community.