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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - The Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society is lowering adoption fees to help reduce the number of animals at the shelter.
The adoption fees were dropped from $100 to $60.
That covers the adoption, spaying or neutering and a round of vaccines.
Humane Society workers say they've taken in more than 500 cats and dogs in June alone, many whom will be euthanized if they do not find a home.
Officials encourage people to spay or neuter their pets to cut down on animal overpopulation in the area.
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