TITUSVILLE ― The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animal (SPCA) of Brevard is hosting its annual Fall in Love Open House and Adoption Event on Saturday, Nov. 20, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. This event will feature popular food trucks, including Soul Hibachi and more. Pets will be available for a reduced adoption fee, as well as $10 nail trims, and pictures with Santa for both pets and people. Additionally, thanks to a grant from the Community Foundation for Brevard, the SPCA will be offering free microchips to the first 100 pets.

“Lost pets are more likely to be returned home if they are microchipped,” said Susan Naylor, associate director, for the SPCA of Brevard. “We are excited to offer this amazing opportunity to microchip pets in our community for free and are grateful to the Community Foundation for Brevard for helping to fund our Community Pet Project.”

For more information about this event or to see adoptable pets, visit the www.spcabrevard.com. The SPCA of Brevard is located at 6035 Sisson Road in Titusville.

The SPCA of Brevard, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization with the mission of “protecting and providing a voice for

homeless animals.” Founded in 1979 in Titusville, Florida, the SPCA is celebrating 42 years of saving lives as the largest

private no-kill animal rescue group in Brevard, finding homes for more than 2600 animals a year. It is the first adoption facility with free-roaming cat rooms in the County, allowing adopters to interact with cats in a more home-like setting. It also has Thrift stores in Titusville and Melbourne, which function as fundraising venues to support the mission of the SPCA.

For more information, visit www.spcabrevard.com

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