South Florida sees record-breaking number of pet adoptions during Clear the Shelters

South Florida saw record-breaking pet adoptions Saturday during Clear the Shelters, now a national initiative to get as many animals as possible out of shelters and into adopters’ homes by offering a big incentive: waived adoption fees.

Miami-Dade Animal Services adopted out 161 animals — mostly dogs and some cats, while the Humane Society of Greater Miami had 71 adoptions Saturday. Broward County Animal Care, the Humane Society of Broward County and the Upper Keys Humane Society also participated in the event.

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