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Animal Services Rolls Out Facial Recognition Tool, Free Adoptions

Contra Costa Animal Services (CCAS) will be offering free adoptions of all animals from Friday, June 29th, through Tuesday, July 3rd in an effort to clear kennel space in advance of a busy 4th of July holiday. Additionally, in an effort to better reunite lost pets with their owners, CCAS is partnering with Finding Rover to utilize their facial recognition platform to reunite lost pets that come in over the 4th of July holiday with their owners.

People interested in taking advantage of this free adoption promotion can visit CCAS’ Martinez and Pinole adoption centers to meet and adopt their new family member. The free adoption special includes most fees associated with adopting an animal, including: adoption fees, spay/neuter, micro-chipping and vaccination. However, new adopters will be required to license their animal.

The 4th of July is the biggest day of the year for animals to escape from their home. Making sure that your pets are licensed, collared and microchipped greatly increases the likelihood of reuniting lost animals with their owners, and CCAS encourages pet owners to take those measures to ensure the safety of your animals.

Contra Costa Animal Services (CCAS) will be offering free adoptions of all animals from Friday, June 29th, through Tuesday, July 3rd in an effort to clear kennel space in advance of a busy 4th of July holiday. Additionally, in an effort to better reunite lost pets with their owners, CCAS is partnering with Finding Rover to utilize their facial recognition platform to reunite lost pets that come in over the 4th of July holiday with their owners.

People interested in taking advantage of this free adoption promotion can visit CCAS’ Martinez and Pinole adoption centers to meet and adopt their new family member. The free adoption special includes most fees associated with adopting an animal, including: adoption fees, spay/neuter, micro-chipping and vaccination. However, new adopters will be required to license their animal.

The 4th of July is the biggest day of the year for animals to escape from their home. Making sure that your pets are licensed, collared and microchipped greatly increases the likelihood of reuniting lost animals with their owners, and CCAS encourages pet owners to take those measures to ensure the safety of your animals.

Registration of your pet is FREE. Just go to www.FindingRover.com and:

1. Upload your pet’s photo
2. Enter a few details about your pet
3. Enter your name, email address and zip code

CCAS Adoption Centers

Martinez Adoption Center – 4800 Imhoff Pl., Martinez, CA 94553

Pinole Adoption Center – 910 San Pablo Ave., Pinole, CA 94564

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