Super Pet Adoption provides new homes for cats and dogs

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FARMINGTON, Utah (ABC4 Utah) – Hundreds of cats and dogs have new homes tonight thanks to caring Utahns.

The Best Friends Animal Society wrapped up its two day Super Pet Adoption at the Legacy Events Center in Davis County.

They had seven to eight hundred dogs and cats available for adoption from eighteen different shelters around the state.

Some of them came from hurricane ravaged Texas and Florida.

Some are still looking for a permanent home.

Temma Martin, with the Best Friends Animal Society, told Good4Utah, “Not all of them are going to get adopted so there’s always a chance of adopting from a shelter or rescue group after the event is over.”

She says just go to if you’re looking to adopt. Best Friends wants to make Utah a “no kill” state by 2019. That means that 90 percent of all animals going into shelters come out alive.

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