New Port Richey, Florida -- It's puppies galore at the SPCA Suncoast! Since June 22, the non-profit organization has rescued more than 100 puppies from shelters across the southeast.
All of the little ones faced euthanasia had the SPCA not stepped in.
"They would not have made it," said Jennie Briguglio. "It just doesn't make sense not to rescue them and bring them to people that would want them."
Now, the SPCA needs to free up space so they can continue rescuing animals, so they're holding "Puppy Works" on Saturday, July 2, offering reduced adoption fees for all of their animals.
Rather than the normal $125 adoption fee for puppies and dogs, the reduced fee on Saturday (from noon - 4 p.m.) will be $100 for puppies and $50 for dogs. Kittens will be $25 and adult cats $15.
Among the animals looking for a good home is Mallory, a ten-week-old Shepard mix from Alabama.