LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — The Lancaster County SPCA announced Tuesday it is going out of business.

The non-profit shelter blames a failed business model and lack of funds.

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Tuesday, July 25, will be the last day LCSPCA will accept owner-surrendered pets and stray cats.

After Tuesday, the shelter will only accept stray dogs brought in by police officers from contracted municipalities and the City of Lancaster.

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In the meantime, adoption fees for dogs are reduced to $100 and all other animals will be free. Adopters will still need to complete the adoption process.

LCSPCA will also be placing animals with other shelters and rescues.

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There is no date set for when the shelter will completely shut down, but officials say it will likely be sometime in August.