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Animal Friends of New Mexico Hosts Its First Adoption Fair

    The Animal Friends of New Mexico held its first adoption fair at the Tractor Supply Co. on Saturday, February 2. The Animal Friends of New Mexico consists of various organizations, including area groups, such as the SNAP-Spay Neuter Awareness Program, HALT-Halt a Litter Today, the High Desert Humane Society and Hurley Animal Control. Each organization contributes by volunteering time and resources so adoption, fostering, spay and neutering, education and outreach can become possible.

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Brittany Topmiller an Animal Control Officer with Hurley Animal Control holds her new pup.
Photo by Melia Moore

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Heidi Sexton President of the High Desert Human Society is ready to help though looking for information about education and adoption.
Photo by Melia Moore

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Elizabeth Rocky, President of SNAP, with a fun-loving dog.
Photo by Melia Moore

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