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Begging to be picked "We just loved his little square face," Eve said. "It was just adorable." The couple first noticed Nike in its cage, which initially put its head down, Eve said. Then RC nike b grade shoes for sale picked it up, "put her head on his shoulder and just cuddled," she said. They spent about an hour and a half looking at other dogs before finding the perfect match with Nike, a name they decided to keep for their new family member. The PetSmart Charities National Adoption Weekend continues today and will end on Sunday inside PetSmart. "Whether you are looking for a relaxed, cool cat or a youthful, energetic puppy, you're bound to find the perfect match," according to a release. The goal for the weekend is to find good homes for about 150 cats and dogs, said Gordon Simpson, store manager of PetSmart's Terre Haute location. Pet adoption fees are from $10 and up, Simpson said. The animals have received all of their shots and, unless they are too young, have been spayed or neutered, he added. Cats and dogs from Humane Society of Sullivan, Parke Vermillion County Humane Society, Terre Haute Humane Society and Dog It Dig It Rescue where Nike came from are available for adoption this weekend. They nike oregon project come in all sizes, breeds and ages. PetSmart Charities, a not for profit organization, will also reward participating humane societies with a $35 in adoption reward grants for every pet adopted during the event. More than 2,000 "matchmakers" (animal welfare organizations) are on site this weekend at all 1,300 PetSmart stores in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico during National Adoption Weekend, according to a release. "PetSmart Charities is making a tremendous impact on pet homelessness and individual lives through National Adoption Weekend events," said Jan Wilkins, executive director of PetSmart Charities, Inc. "We know that adopting pets not only saves their lives, but it makes our lives better, too." Over the last year, PetSmart's Terre Haute location has consistently ranked among the top 10 PetSmart stores in the country that had record number of adoptions. Last February, 153 animals found homes during the adoption event at the store. In November, the location placed second with 183 adoptions, Simpson said. This weekend, Simpson invites Wabash Valley residents to come in and adopt a furry friend, just like Eve and RC Fears did. "Hopefully, they [the animals] find a new furever home," Simpson said. ArticlesCorrectional officer arrested on trafficking, misconduct chargesTeacher who subdued school shooter is nike 4 rival shorts Marshall nativeSerial killer Orville Lynn Majors dies in prisonAldi to build new south side grocery storeIvy Tech Terre Haute nursing students acing national examsChanges in downtown Terre Haute continue in 2017Police arrest two in string of armed robberies'Angel of Death' dies in prisonMARK BENNETT: Fab re enactors still seeing tunes bridge generationsGroup seeks to delay ISU funding request