Pa. shelter adoptions may come with a tax credit

09/22/2011 | Observer-Reporter (Washington, Pa.)

Pennsylvania residents who adopt a shelter pet would receive a $300 tax credit yearly through 2013 if legislation proposed by state Rep. Jesse White is passed. The bill will help address the overcrowding problem in shelters created by recent flooding and the poor economy. "This bill would give people incentive to choose their dog or cat from an animal shelter to help offset the expense of caring for the pet," White said.

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