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70 shelter animals find homes at Tacoma Animal Shelter adoption event in partnership with Tacoma Subaru – The Suburban Times

Submitted by Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County.

In an effort to support animal welfare in the community and help the hardest-to-adopt shelter animals find loving homes, the Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County has partnered with Tacoma Subaru to host an event of adoption “Fall in Love”. This event was part of Subaru Loves Pets, a national initiative to impact the lives of as many shelter animals as possible.

In October, Tacoma Subaru helped connect pets with potential pet owners in an effort to bring about adoptions and raise awareness for pets in need. Additionally, Tacoma Subaru and Subaru Retailers nationwide donated $100 to partner shelters for each animal adopted in October. who are often the last to be adopted.

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Nationally, Subaru has donated more than $42 million to state and local organizations that assist in the adoption, rescue, transportation and care of nearly 350,000 animals and pets. On October 22, Tacoma Subaru celebrated the fourth annual national Make A Dog’s Day, inviting dog lovers in the community to do something special for the dogs in their lives, adopt a shelter dog or volunteer. in an animal shelter and sharing the experience on social media. media using #MakeADogsDay.

The Humane Society for Tacoma & Pierce County currently has over 90 animals still available for adoption.

To view all adoptable pets, please visit Each adoptable animal has undergone a wellness examination by the shelter’s veterinary staff, been spayed or neutered, received their first vaccinations, and are microchipped with national registration. Not looking to adopt? You can find more information about foster care at

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For more information on Subaru Loves Pets and to learn more about Subaru-supported partners, visit and follow #SubaruLovesPets and #MakeADogsDay.

*Subaru Retailers will donate $100 for each pet adopted from partner shelters from October 1-31, 2022, up to $3,100 total.