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SPOKANE, Wash.- The Spokane Humane Society's cat population is running at or above capacity. Humane society spokespersons say the biggest challenge is educating the public on where to take your dogs and cats.

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The Spokane Humane Society opposes tethering dogs, the practice of leaving dogs outside and unattended by use of a restraint such as a rope, chain or cord. Tethering exposes dogs to extreme temperatures, inclement weather, unreliable access to food, water, or shelter, and can cause injury or even death due to entanglement or strangulation. Dogs restrained in such ways may become aggressive due to constant confinement, lack of socialization with humans, and an inability to escape from danger.

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All our animals come healthy, vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and microchipped. Adoption fees make sure we can provide medical care, food, and shelter to the animals in our care. When you adopt from the Spokane Humane Society, you are receiving more than $315 worth of services included in your dog’s adoption fee and more than $235 included in your cat’s adoption fee.

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While the Spokane Humane Society supports and encourages cats and dogs to be kept indoors as loved and integral members of the family, we recognize that some cats and dogs are maintained as outdoor pets for livestock guardianship or rodent control. Outdoor pets are exposed to many dangers from weather, predators, neglect, cruelty from people, parasites and disease. Any outdoor pet should be cared for and protected from any of these threats by ensuring appropriate environments that include proper housing, nutrition, and medical care. These animals should also be permanently identified as a member of the family with some form of visible identification and a microchip.

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Adoption fees make sure we can provide medical care, food, and shelter to the animals in our care. When you adopt from the Spokane Humane Society, you are receiving more than $315 worth of services included in your dog’s adoption fee and more than $235 included in your cat’s adoption fee. The Spokane Humane Society opposes greyhound racing and any other animal racing industry that places animals in danger for profit. The greyhound racing industry has been afflicted with poor ethics, from medicating racing dogs to enhance performance to inhumanely killing and disposing of retired racing dogs. The sport of greyhound racing is inherently cruel and we support any legal effort to stop this inhumane practice.