Kudos to everyone involved for recently holding the largest pet adoption event to ever take place in Palm Beach County. It included almost 1,000 animals brought in from 30 different local shelters. The main goal was to find these wonderful animals forever homes and keep them from being taken to the humane society to be euthanized. The event,  which was called Countdown 2 Zero, had some wonderful success stories. More than 200 animals, including dogs, cats, and even a bunny found new homes. And these included some with disabilities which tend to be harder to match. The County hopes to end the practice of euthanizing animals by 2024 and encourages everyone to help control populations by spaying and neutering their pets. Read the full article here: Palm Beach County hosts largest ever pet adoption event to cut down on euthanizations

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