More than 600 dogs and cats were adopted this weekend
The City of Albuquerque is looking at a potential world record as hundreds of pets were adopted at this weekend's Fetchapalooza.
The two-day event at Journal Center wrapped up Sunday afternoon at five.
Officials say a total of 630 out of 670 animals were adopted.
That's a city and state record—but it could also be a world record. The city will contact the Guinness Book of World Records to check it out.
Participating in Fetchapalooza were 38 shelters and rescue groups from around the state.
Organizers say Fetchapalooza will be back next year.
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