Pet Rescue of Ohio Calls for Foster Care Applications


An Ohio pet shelter posted a message asking Ohioans to foster animals through adoption, which reached more than 12,000 people, however, a day after the message, the organization aimed nonprofit said it had not received any requests for hosting. That’s when the community stepped in to help. “We cannot express how defeated we feel,” the Columbus Pet Rescue wrote on Facebook Saturday. had been found across Columbus but said they couldn’t do anything about it due to a lack of foster homes. “These kittens will not survive this heat. They will become dehydrated, they will get sick and they will die. This is the sad reality of the situation,” the pet shelter wrote on Facebook. “All it takes is a little extra space in your home, a vehicle, and the desire to help. Veterinary supplies and care will never cost you a dime,” the organization wrote to non-profit. everyone who volunteered to host the last two days after seeing their plea. They said host families are still needed and encouraged people to keep sending in applications. Anyone interested in promoting Columbus Pet Rescue should click here. SPCA Cincinnati and Cincinnati Animal CARE are two places Great Cincinnatians can visit.

An Ohio pet shelter posted a message asking Ohioans to foster animals through adoption, which reached more than 12,000 people, however, a day after the message, the organization aimed nonprofit said it had not received any requests for hosting. That’s when the community stepped in to help.

“We cannot express how defeated we feel, friends,” the Columbus Pet Rescue wrote on Facebook Saturday.

The pet shelter said it received five calls at 10:30 a.m. Saturday about litters of kittens that had been found in Columbus, but said it couldn’t do anything about it due to a lack of foster families. .

“These kittens will not survive this heat. They will become dehydrated, sick and die. This is the sad reality of the situation,” the pet shelter wrote on Facebook.

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According to the nonprofit organization, you don’t need to have any special qualifications to be an animal foster home.

“All it takes is a little extra space in your home, a vehicle, and the desire to help. Veterinary supplies and care will never cost you a dime,” the organization wrote to non-profit.

On Monday, they provided an update thanking everyone who volunteered to favor over the past two days after seeing their plea. They said host families are still needed and encouraged people to keep sending in applications.

Anyone interested in Columbus Pet Rescue should click here.

There are also many opportunities to foster kittens and dogs in Greater Cincinnati. SPCA Cincinnati and Cincinnati Animal CARE are two places Great Cincinnatians can visit.

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