Tess...one of the puppies found abandoned
Hello wonderful supporters-
What a wild year! Our rescue numbers have doubled since last year, and the year isn't even over yet.
Covid-19 has caused such a trickle down affect around the world, in so many ways. One way has been because of the large amount of spay and neuter clinic closures (particularly low cost ones), many people have not been able to get their animals altered. That has meant more animals breeding. Which of course means more unwanted animals that need to find homes. Even our organization has struggled to get timely appointments for the animals in our care.
We are now able to house even more animals, and yet we still have to say no every day to low income and at risk groups of pet owners who have found themselves with surpise litters of babies, or can simply no longer care for their pet. Our work is never done.
Having siad that, we absolutely know we are impactful and helping people and pets daily in our community. Recently we were able to take in three puppies that were abandoned in a homeless encampment, four adult cats from a hoarding case, and a small dog with a terrible skin condition that had been owned by a severly mentally ill man who had, sadly, neglected her care for far too long.
Because of your support, we are making a difference.
Ajax...a kitty from a group of 50. We took in 4
Mila...a rescue with a terrible skin condition