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A California woman had the "paw-fect" idea to ensure one shelter's animals found a loving home this holiday season.

Starting from mid-November, Sacramento real estate agent Kim Pacini-Hauch has been covering the fees for all animals adopted from Front Street Animal Shelter.

To date, Pacini-Hauch has accounted for more than 800 animal donations. The "Home for the Pawlidays" promotion runs through the end of the year.

On average, the shelter has about 400-500 pet adoptions per month. The typical fee to adopt a dog from the shelter is $80-100 and $65 for a cat.

"My greatest hope is that this simple concept has created a heightened awareness that you can find the pet of your dreams at any local shelter across the country," Pacini-Hauch told TODAY.

She estimates that her total donation to the shelter by the end of the year will be upwards of $20,000.

Here are photos of some of the animals still waiting to be adopted:


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