underage kittens enter foster care
Happy Holidays Supporters-
What a year its been for the rescue and outreach portions of our organziation! As you can imagine, the needs of the public for assitance with animals has increased dramatically since the Covid crisis, and all that has come with that. As municipal animal shelters closed or decreased intake of animals in need, the public scrambled to find assistance with both community animals at large needing placement, as well as their own animals. Many people have, and are still, struggling with loss of income, or even their homes. Some have reached out to us for food and supplies. Others for assistance finding new homes for their pets. Because of support from you, we have been able to be there to assist.
Since last spring, we have received and rehomed over seventy animals. This has been no small task as the rescue portion of our organization is new. We have been fortunate enough to grow our foster roster to support the intake of entire litters or multiple pets at a time. We have been able to assist with the spaying and neutering of community animals that have been cared for by kind hearted indiviuals unable to afford the cost of the veterniary care. We have nursed sick or under-age kittens to health and placed them in loving fmailies when they have come to age.
As we look to the new year, we know our work is far from done. We have plans to meet the moment of increased need of animal assistance in our area. We hope to open our brick and mortar facility in early spring, enabling us to intake even more animals, as well as give us the ability to hold dog training lessons for at risk pet owners needing support.
As a 501 ( c ) 3 nonprofit, its your donations alone that helps us to help others. We thank you from the bottom of our heart, and hope you think of us again so we may continue our assistance to the at risk pet owning communities of the Sacramento Valley.
kittens on their way to the vet to be spayed
Gibson learns to make friends and trust people.