The Montreal SPCA accepts nearly double the number of animals in the summer as people move into new apartments and can't bring their pets with them.\nTo encourage the adoption of animals that need a little extra love, they are waiving adoption fees this whole weekend.\nYou can adopt one of their dogs, cats, bunnies or other small animals with no fees until Sunday, August 18th, 2019.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe Montreal SPCA is hosting free adoption days until the end of this week in an effort to find homes for the furry friends that are currently in their care.\nAs we reported earlier in the summer, the Montreal SPCA sees a significant influx in animals between June and August, with upwards of 1000 pets arriving at their shelter each month.\nWhile the SPCA usually accepts somewhere around 500 animals a month, the number of animals that require fostering and re-homing doubles in the summer largely in part because of Quebec's laws that allow landlords to deny tenants the housing of pets in rental units.\nAs tenants move and find new apartments, they often realize their new space is a no-pet-zone and are left with a very difficult decision.\nThis is why the SPCA is absorbing the adoption fees from now until Sunday, August 18th, 2019 for some of their animals. They hope that by making adoption even more affordable, those Montrealers who do live in spaces that allow pets will make the leap and become a paw-parent.\nView this post on Instagram Yay! Après plusieurs mois passés à la SPCA de Montréal, Belle a été adoptée par une famille parfaite pour elle! 🐶❤️ Yay! After spending many months at the Montreal SPCA, Belle finally found her perfect forever family! . . . #dog #shelterdog #shelterdogsrock #adoptdontshop #doglover #dogadoption #fosterhome #animalshelter # adoption #spca #montrealspca #spcamontreal A post shared by SPCA de Montréal (@spcamontreal) on Aug 14, 2019 at 10:56am PDT\nEven fostering a pet means getting them out of the shelter and back into a more natural routine with more frequent socialization and, very likely, less stress.\nWe all know the Montreal SPCA does everything they can to make the lives of their adoptees as happy and healthy as possible... but I think we also know every pet wants to find their forever home.\nREAD ALSO: You Can Kayak & Stand-Up Paddleboard For Free In Montreal This Month\nAdopting from the SPCA usually costs between $295 to $350, depending on the age of the animal you're taking home. Those fees include sterilization, vaccinations, microchipping and other forms of healthcare.\nView this post on Instagram Lorsqu’il a été trouvé couché dans des débris à l’extérieur, Banjo avait la mâchoire fracturée, une grave blessure à l’œil gauche, une triple fracture du bassin et plusieurs plaies. Heureusement, grâce aux bons soins de notre équipe vétérinaire et de sa famille d’accueil, il va maintenant beaucoup mieux! Voici quelques photos de sa dernière visite à la SPCA. Nous sommes en amour! ❤️ When he was found lying in debris outside, Banjo had a fractured jaw, a serious injury to his left eye, a triple pelvic fracture and several wounds. Fortunately, thanks to the good care from our veterinary team and his foster family, he is doing much better now! Here are some photos from his last visit at the SPCA. We are in love! . . . #sheltercats #shelter #cats #fosterhome #foster #chats #shelteranimals #veterinarymedicine #animallovers #catlover #spca #spcamontreal #montrealspca A post shared by SPCA de Montréal (@spcamontreal) on Jun 26, 2019 at 6:00am PDT\nBut from now until the end of this weekend, animals that are considered a "Humanitarian" adoption will be free to adopt. Humanitarian adoptions are called this because they involve animals that are special in one way or another, and likely need a little extra lovin'.\nThe animals that are considered a Humanitarian adoption are clearly marked with an (H) on the SPCA's website, and you can peruse the dogs, cats, bunnies, birds and other small animals on their website right here.\nView this post on Instagram Un petit miracle! Ayo, une petite chatonne de cinq mois, était accompagnée de sa mère lorsqu’elles ont été percutées par une voiture. Malheureusement, la maman n’a pas survécu à l’impact, mais Ayo était toujours en vie, malgré d’importantes blessures. Cliquez sur le lien en bio pour découvrir comment nous l'avons sauvée. ⬆️ A small miracle! Ayo, a tiny five-month-old kitten, was with her mother when they were hit by a car. Unfortunately, her mother didn’t survive, but Ayo did, despite some serious injuries. Click on the link in the bio to find out how we saved her life ⬆️ . . . #cat #chat #sheltercats #kitten #shelterkittens #veterinarian #sheltervet #animalcare #animalrescue #spca #spcamontreal #montrealspca A post shared by SPCA de Montréal (@spcamontreal) on Jul 13, 2019 at 6:52am PDT\nFree Adoption Days\nWhere: SPCA Montreal, 5215 rue Jean-Talon Ouest\nWhen: Thursday, August 15th - Sunday, August 18th, 2019\nWeekdays from 12PM-8PM, Weekends from 11AM-5PM\nCost: No cost to attend and if you choose a Humanitarian adoption, you'll also pay no adoption fees.\nSee all the info about the Free Adoption days at the SPCA's Facebook event page here.