If you have been thinking about taking on a new member of the family now is the perfect time. If you adopt a dog or cat now, you will have plenty of time to get them ready for the big game or Valentine's Day.

It's A Great Time To Adopt Your Valentine

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This time of year we also take fewer vacations, and your pet won't have to worry about you boarding them somewhere anytime soon. It's always a great time to get a new pet.

Kurth Memorial Animal Services via Facbook
Kurth Memorial Animal Services via Facbook
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Kurth Memorial Animal Services have pulled out all the stops, and they are offering no-fee adoptions. The only caveat is that they must be altered or "fixed" before they leave.

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The promotion is all about finding your new Valentine with a previously owned dog or feline. You can take advantage until February 14, 2024, at the Kurth Memorial Animal Services location at 1901 Hill Street in Lufkin, Texas.

Kurth Memorial Animal Services via Facebook
Kurth Memorial Animal Services via Facebook
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They are begging for help to find all of the animals in their care new homes. They are asking for residents to adopt, foster, rescue, and owner-reclaim dogs and puppies.

If You Are Missing A Pet Call Kurth Memorial Animal Services Now

Normal adoption fees after this current promotion have been reduced to $40 until further notice. They are also asking the community to step up and spay/neuter all of their pets.

Kurth Memorial Animal Services via Facebook
Kurth Memorial Animal Services via Facebook
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Lufkin is still having issues with people dumping animals in the area. They are taking many animals in every day.

You can see them for yourself on their Facebook page and find out if any of these little faces could be the one for you.

Kurth Memorial Animal Services
1901 Hill St., Lufkin, TX
Phone: (936) 633-0218
Open Tues-Sat 12-5 pm (closed Sundays & Mondays)

Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter Adoptable Dogs

These dogs are some of the longest residents at the Kurth Memorial Animal Shelter. They are just waiting for a new home.

Gallery Credit: Dan Patrick