We have seen much generosity of spirit as we are all adjusting to a “new way of living”. As people are finding themselves housebound, they are looking to give their time and attention to homeless animals, making a difference in their lives. We are grateful for our recent outpouring of foster inquiries and applications; however, we are receiving far more than we can fill in our current state, as most of our pups are still in South Korea.
At the same time, animal welfare experts anticipate that communities will see a surge in the number of pets entering shelters as the spread of COVID-19 affects the health and safety of pet owners, shelter staff and volunteers, animal control officers, and other animal welfare professionals. We want to improve the plight of as many homeless animals as possible. We ask that you, please also reach out to other local rescue organizations and
your local shelters with offers to foster.