Save a life, foster a pet

Animal shelters, humane societies and rescues across the country are looking for foster homes for their animals, and the Navarre and Pensacola areas are no exception.  Shelters are overcrowded, leaving some to be euthanized in order to manage the numbers they have.  Social media sites are inundated daily with lost or found pets and some of them end up being turned over to animal control because the owner cannot be located.  That’s where foster homes come in.

Read the full article in the May 26 issue of Navarre Press. Click HERE to subscribe online to your community newspaper.

Rhett, a Catahoula mix, was adopted recently by Ashley Motley and family.  Rhett had been in foster care where he was readied for adoption and selected Motley as his permanent “mom.”

Rhett, a Catahoula mix, was adopted recently by Ashley Motley and family. Rhett had been in foster care where he was readied for adoption and selected Motley as his permanent “mom.”

Pystol Polly, a 4-pound Chihuahua and Havyc, an American Pit Bull Terrier are quite the pair at Virginia Morris’ house.  Havyc is the permanent resident, while Pystol is a foster pup.

Pystol Polly, a 4-pound Chihuahua and Havyc, an American Pit Bull Terrier are quite the pair at Virginia Morris’ house. Havyc is the permanent resident, while Pystol is a foster pup.

 

 

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