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Nashville Zoo To Host Pet Adoption Event

One of a woman’s greatest accessories isn’t the bag she carries or the red-soled shoes she wears, but a furry, lovable pet promising unconditional love and companionship. Unlike an ex-boyfriend or a stressful job, dogs and cats are loyal, easy-to-love and the perfect holiday gift for you or your family.

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On November 12, the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere will team up with area humane societies, animal shelters and pet adoption agencies to host one of the largest pet adoption events in all of Middle Tennessee. The entire zoo parking lot will be filled with pets available for adoption as part of “Meet Your Best Friend at the Zoo Day.” Guests will have the opportunity to come and choose their new pet and check out promotional items from pet food companies, pet supply companies and area retail stores. Free of charge, this event draws thousands each year and is one of the best opportunities you’ll have this holiday season to meet the sweet, adoptable dogs and cats in need of a good home.

Come meet your new best friend at the Nashville Zoo. Please note that the event is free to the public but does not include admission to the zoo.

WHEN: Saturday, November 12 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

WHERE:
Z00 parking lot
Nashville Zoo at Grassmere
3777 Nolensville Road
Nashville, TN 37211
Ph. 615-833-1534

TICKETS: Free and open to the public.

(Zoo admission) $14/Adults and Teens
$12/Seniors ages 65 and over
$9/Children ages 3-12
Free/Children under 3 and Zoo members

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