2,500 adoptions in 2012 at Regional Animal Services of King County

The Regional Animal Services of King County helped connect pets with new homes in 2012, with the 2,500th animal adopted shortly before the end of the year.

"We are thrilled that we have been able to find new, loving homes for so many pets this year," said Glynic Frederiksen, the operations manager of RASKC. "2,500 adoptions is a significant milestone, and we hope to do even more pet adoptions in 2013."

To learn more about adoption and the RASKC visit their website.

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