Dogs at the DeKalb County animal shelter, such as Annie, can be adopted for free this month.

Adoptions are free (yes, free) right now at the DeKalb animal shelter

In an effort to clear out the DeKalb County animal shelter before an upcoming move, all adoption fees are waived in June, the shelter said.

LifeLine Animal Project, which runs the shelter, announced the deal on Facebook, saying customers can take home “a spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped pet at no cost.”

The center is moving this summer to a 33,440-square-foot shelter near DeKalb-Peachtree Airport.

For more information and available pets, click here.

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