The Humane Rescue Alliance is celebrating the 2019 Capital Pride festival with a "Capital Pride Pawrade" adoption event.

From June 7-9, adopters can name their own adoption fee for dogs and cats from one of its two locations, foster homes or off-site adoption events -- including the Sunday Pride Parade on Pennsylvania Ave.

The Humane Rescue Alliance has over 200 animals available for adoption. Becca Stern, the director of adoptions at HRA, said in a press release that they receive more animals during the summer months.

"Summer is always a busy time for us, with a higher number of animals coming through our doors," Stern said in a release. "That is certainly true right now, as our adoption kennels are nearly full ... Come adopt, and be sure to visit us at Capital Pride Festival on Sunday, June 9."

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