Glynn County Animal Control received a $2000 dollar donation to pay for 80 adoption fees, according to The Brunswick News.
“The next 80 adoptions will be free to the adopter because they’re already paid for by Peacock Productions,” said Tiffani Hill, animal control manager.
Jane Vicent, Peacock Productions’ director, handed over a mock check to Hill Monday, closing out the 2018 Puppies and Pinups fundraising campaign.
“I’ve had a blast doing it,” Vicent said. “I’ve put on fundraisers for different organizations here in Glynn County, but most of them are for this group or No Kill (Glynn County) or other animal shelters, but this has been by far the biggest. It’s been a long process, but it’s been fun.”
If the public adopts 79 more animals, Hill said the shelter would be much emptier.
“We could clear the shelter. Honestly, we could almost completely clear the shelter if people took advantage of this,” Hill said.