NC animal shelters are flooded with puppies and kittens as April is the peak breeding season for cats and dogs, so ideal and lots of choice to adopt a kitten or puppy.
The most popular of the North Carolina animal shelters: Guilford County Animal Shelter has taken in more than 50 kittens in just the past two weeks alone and a bunch of cute little puppies.
Most of their owners are pet lovers, but there dogs and cats have new pups or kittens that the owners cannot take care for anymore.
If you are one of these owners, please leave a comment and give your puppy up for adoption!
Guilford County animal shelter
The enormous amount of new puppies and kittens is putting a real strain on the resources of the Guilford County animal shelter. You can help them out by:
- adopting a puppy for free
- becoming a foster home for those kittens and puppies that are still too young to be put up for adoption or vaccines
- donating a few dollars or pet supplies like:
- canned kitten food,
- canned puppy food,
- dry puppy food
- dry kitten food
- towels, blankets, treats.
In return the Guilford County Animal Shelter is holding a low-cost rabies clinic Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with vaccines for only $5.
For more information about becoming a foster parent, call (336) 297-5020. Please help the NC animal shelters or the shelter in your neighborhood!