Free Love Weekend at Brookhaven Animal Shelter

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The Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter waived adoption fees during its Free Love Weekend. During the two-day event before Valentine's Day, more than a dozen cats and dogs found new homes -- and someone to love them.

Gilbert, a pit bull mix, awaits adoption at
(Credit: Kaitlynn Mannino)

Gilbert, a pit bull mix, awaits adoption at the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter. (Feb. 13, 2011)

From left, Stephanie Miolla, 12, Stephen Miolla, 18,
(Credit: Kaitlynn Mannino)

From left, Stephanie Miolla, 12, Stephen Miolla, 18, and Matt Reed, 18, all of Medford, gather outside the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter to meet their newest family member, Sunshine, a Labrador mix. (Feb. 13, 2011)

Epiphany, a mixed breed, awaits a loving home
(Credit: Kaitlynn Mannino)

Epiphany, a mixed breed, awaits a loving home at the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter. (Feb. 13, 2011)

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Lulu, a pitbull-terrier mix, was one of more
(Credit: Kaitlynn Mannino)

Lulu, a pitbull-terrier mix, was one of more than 200 pets up for adoption during the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter's Free Love Weekend that placed over a dozen animals in new homes.

Jen King, 33, of Shirley, snuggles her new
(Credit: Kaitlynn Mannino)

Jen King, 33, of Shirley, snuggles her new cat, Trixie, at the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter. (Feb. 13, 2011)

Dobbie, a pit bull mix, takes volunteer Karin
(Credit: Kaitlynn Mannino)

Dobbie, a pit bull mix, takes volunteer Karin Schlee for a walk outside the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter. (Feb. 13, 2011)

A sign tells the story of Dina, a
(Credit: Kaitlynn Mannino)

A sign tells the story of Dina, a pit bull terrier mix, at the Brookhaven Town Animal Shelter. (Feb. 13, 2011)

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