Monday, April 12, 2010
Foster orphaned kittens; what's up with stray dogs?
An e-mail sent out today by the Washington Humane Society:
Kitten Season has already started and the Washington Humane Society is quickly filling up with orphaned kittens, pregnant females, and nursing moms with kittens. If you have ever considered fostering, NOW is the time to open up your home to a cat, litter of kittens, or mom and nursing kittens. We could REALLY use your assistance to find these cats homes and keep our shelter open for more cats.
If you would like to foster, please contact Alyson by email: email@example.com. I'll email you an application and talk to you about getting started.
Foster Cat Training for Nursing Mom and Kittens and Orphaned Kittens is this Wednesday, April 14th at 6:30 pm. If you have never fostered kittens or nursing moms and kittens, we will train you and provide all the information you need to get started. Email Alyson to RSVP and for training location; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember, a short time in your home for fosters, Saves Lives!
If you've got room, and if you think kittens are adorable, sign on. I've fostered in the past and it's rewarding and fun.
Also, I saw a small white male dog (he might be a Westie) without a collar running around the neighborhood yesterday, and a male French bulldog (also with no collar) running around the neighborhood today. Neither would let me approach them.