SPCA Cincinnati is honoring active duty soldiers and
veterans by providing them with the opportunity to adopt a pet at no cost to
them or their family.
The SPCA is saying thank you to veterans with A Pet for a
Vet. Veterans can adopt a pet for free through November 17.
Veterans will need their current Military ID or Form DD214
showing their honorable discharge.
Local shelters are located at 3949 Colerain Avenue in
Northside or 11900 Conrey Road in Sharonville.
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