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‘Tails and Tales’ adoption method connecting Lake pet enthusiasts with ebook enthusiasts

LEESBURG — The Lake County Animal Shelter is bringing all the cuteness to your library this summer months.

A method termed “Tails and Tales,” the shelter’s cell adoption truck is halting at each individual of Lake County’s 16 general public libraries. A partnership between the shelter and the Lake County Library Process, its target is to convey pet lovers collectively with e-book fans.

And at the stop of the day, the shelter hopes guide worms can adopt a pet, and “obtain a FURever looking at buddy.”

“We are partnering with the Lake County Library Program to display off some of our adoptable pets,” Chloe Goodson, of the Lake County Animal Shelter, stated. “We have our most adoptable critters out listed here and if people do not see anybody they like here, they can get a coupon for a absolutely free adoption and go to our shelter to see if they link with any person there.” 

The Lake County Animal Shelter’s mobile adoption turck visits the Lady Lake Public Library as part of their summer tour. [Cindy Peterson/Correspondent]

Did we point out it’s free? Adoption fees have all been waived and all pets have all experienced been spayed or neutered, vaccinated and microchipped and will be presented a personalised ID tag at no extra expense. 

“We’re hoping to arrive at out to a total new team of people that would be fascinated in adopting who it’s possible just can’t get out to the shelter,” Goodson reported. “There are some who are living truly much absent from the shelter so it’s wonderful to be equipped to carry the shelter to them.”

A girl meets one of the adoptable dogs at the Lake County Animal Shelter’s mobile adoption truck at the Lady Lake Library on Wednesday. [Cindy Peterson/Correspondent]

“Today we had a special story time for little ones about pet adoptions and the young children were being ready to come out to the truck and fulfill the adoptable animals,” Nicole Lefrancois, youth software coordinator at the Girl Lake Community Library, explained. “Personally, I’m a particular person who has normally adopted so it was actually distinctive to introduce the kids to why it is essential to undertake an animal as a substitute of obtaining 1, simply because there’s so many that will need fantastic residences.”

A dog is brought out to meet potential adopters at the Lake County Animal Shelter’s mobile adoption truck at the Lady Lake Library on Wednesday. [Cindy Peterson/Correspondent]

The Leesburg Public Library is eagerly awaiting their change which will happen on Saturday, June 19. They have a full line up of gatherings centered about the Tails and Tales theme for little ones of all ages. 

“It’s critical to the library mainly because we are partnering with the county to aid get people animals adopted and it gets the young ones out and to the library to examine,” Library assistant Sarah Clements explained. 

A woman pets one of the adoptable cats at the Lake County Animal Shelter’s mobile adoption truck at the Lady Lake Library on Wednesday. [Cindy Peterson/Correspondent]

Her spouse, Zack Clements, agreed expressing: “It’s a good method to start out bringing men and women back to the library as we get again into our in-person functions. It seriously reveals how significant our library is to this local community.”

Tails and Tales

The shelter’s cellular adoption truck is stopping at each of Lake County’s 16 public libraries through a method called “Tails and Tales.” A partnership among the shelter and the Lake County Library Technique, its goal is to bring pet fans alongside one another with reserve lovers.