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King's Harvest animal shelter encourages adoption before closing on Monday

The shelter took in ten new dogs to hopefully adopt out with many others on Sunday.

DAVENPORT, Iowa — If you're looking for some extra companionship during pandemic isolation, the King's Harvest has you covered.

The pet rescue will be opening on Sunday, March 21st from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. to adopt out as many of its animals as it can before closing up the Monday after. 

Starting on Monday, March 22nd, the shelter will only be open by appointment for a few weeks to comply with social distancing guidelines amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

The shelter says that the isolation period is the perfect time to get a new pet, especially given the extra time that can be spent to train a pet and get it accustomed to its new home.

The shelter will be putting all of its dogs and cats on sale.

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