The Adams County SPCA in Pennsylvania is celebrating the first time in 47 years that all its kennels are empty, especially during the holiday season.
The shelter attributes this achievement to the dedicated staff and volunteers who have worked tirelessly to care for and find homes for the animals.
Throughout the year, they have successfully adopted out 598 animals and reunited 125 strays with their owners. (Trending: Trans Athlete Breaks College Record After Joining Women’s Team)
“Our community stepped up once again!” the shelter wrote.
“This is the first time in 47 YEARS that the Adams County SPCA is empty let alone at Christmas time, it is a true miracle.”