So why not give the shelter a hand and come up and opt to adopt (or foster) today or this weekend? We are basically FULL of dogs and puppies and it's safe to say that there is no room at the inn. All pets coming in are at extreme risk because we have no where for them to go. This little girl (A233276) is at the shelter due to no fault of her own: she's just a "byproduct" of our community's widespread refusal to spay and neuter. She was likely part of an unplanned litter and was dropped off at the shelter. She needs somewhere to go and be loved. Can you save her?
Animal Received 4/23/2014: 34 cats, 66 dogs
Animals Adopted, Rescued, Fostered or Returned to Owner 4/23/14: 11 cats, 30 dogs
Cat counts: 213 (285 capacity)
Dog counts: 429 (435 capacity)
FOSTERS ALWAYS NEEDED!
If you can foster a dog, cat, puppy or kitten please visit the shelter. First time foster? Please ask to speak to a manager. If after shelter hours, please email the online team at firstname.lastname@example.org with ID. Find out more about fostering here: http://www.mcaspets.org/fostering-faq.html
INTERESTED IN ONE OF OUR PETS? Email email@example.com with ID.
Please donate toward the care of our animals: http://www.mcaspets.org/donate.html