PSPCA desperately seeking foster homes
The Pennsylvania SPCA (PSPCA) is making an urgent appeal to the community to provide foster homes for dogs in need.
“The Animal Care & Control Team shelter (111 W. Hunting Park Avenue) and the PSPCA Adoption Center (350 E. Erie Avenue) in Philadelphia are full to capacity and we’ve tapped out our existing network of foster parents,” the organization says. “If you can provide temporary housing for a dog, we will provide free medical care and support in return. Foster homes are needed immediately! The longer you can foster the dog, the more lives we can save.”
To help, contact ACCT Lifesaving Manager Natalie Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org or (267) 385-3800 (ask for the “Lifesaving Department”), or contact PSPCA Director of Adoptions, Rescue, and Foster Care Ray Little at email@example.com or (215) 426-6300 (ask for the “Adoptions Counter”).
To see some of the dogs in need of foster care, visit the PSPCA website.
Posted by John Woestendiek June 12th, 2009 under Muttsblog.
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