The Claremore Animal Shelter shared 10 photos over the weekend of animals at the shelter who are available for adoption.
For families self-isolating at home, now is the perfect time to adopt a pet, as the family and animal will be home for more hours together, easing the acclimation process.
Claremore Animal Control Officer Dani Boling said the shelter is open at this time, though they are not currently allowing people back into the kennel area. Those interested in adoption can view the adoptable pets in this area or on Facebook, and then visit the shelter to be introduced to the dog or cat of their choice.
Due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19, the shelter is asking that only people with serious adoption inquiries stop by.
The adoption fees listed with each pet include: spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, booster shots, deworming, cap-star, and a veterinarian exam. The shelter also offers microchipping and a heartworm test for $10 each for animals adopted from the shelter.