Business here is booming, and that's not always a good thing. Our dedicated staff is working hard to keep up with the cleaning, walking, grooming and everything else needed to care for these animals. Last week we received 12 animals from law enforcement due to a neglect/abuse situation. At this time we have over 40 cats, 15 kittens, 20 dogs and 5 birds.
Although we can always use money and donations, what we really need right now are foster families. Being a foster is a great way to enjoy a cat or dog without a long term commitment, and allows the animal to thrive in a home environment. It also gives us good insight into the animals needs and behaviors to place them in a good permanent home.
We will be having our first Foster Family Orientation on Tuesday, August 21 at 5:30p. You must be 18 years old or older to foster.