CLEVELAND - It turns out the the Plain White T's are not just a popular music group - they love animals, too.
The band is in Cleveland for a concert tonight at House of Blues. Earlier Monday, they were at the Cleveland Animal Protective League to help kick off a special pet adoption program.
The APL's new program is called the Furry Days of Christmas. It promotes responsible animal adoption during the holidays. The Plain White T's are supportiing the effort.
From now until Jan. 1, pet adoption fees at the APL will be lowered. The APL says pets like dogs, cats, and rabbits can make great gifts during the holidays.