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Vets Can Adopt a Pet for Free!

This Memorial Day Weekend the Wichita County Humane Society wants you to adopt. The agency has plenty of loving dogs and cats ready for a home. To speed up the process they're offering discounts for both service members and civilians.

"We have the Memorial Day event this weekend Saturday and Sunday. We are doing a Memorial Day event for our veterans," said Holly Scheller with the Humane Society. "If you are an active or inactive military with a military ID our adoption fee has been waved on anything over six months."

For everyone else the fee this weekend only is $40 for adult dogs and $25 for all adult cats. Doors open Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

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