We need your help!
In short, we are in a “danger zone.” What this means is that we are expecting to exceed 600 animals in our sheltering system this week. We are not capable of handling this many animals.
Half of these adorable animals (300) are in foster homes. Over 200 of those are tiny kittens who need about 3 weeks of care in a home environment before we can make them ready for adoption. And, they continue to come in to us each day.
We are holding volunteer orientations: Wednesday (May 15) 1 – 3pm and again on Saturday (May 18) 2-4pm. Our staff will provide all of the instructions necessary for fostering this special group of vulnerable kittens.
We need you to step in and help us. Quite simply, we can’t handle any more here at the shelter or in our current foster homes.
Please respond to my call for your help in saving the lives of hundreds of kittens and please share this with your friends.
Call 843.329.1543 or email (Jodi) firstname.lastname@example.org or (Christina) email@example.com to confirm your attendance.
Joe Elmore, CAWA, CFRE, PHR
Chief Executive Officer
In addition to the needs for Foster volunteers, we have more kittens in the shelter than we can handle!
We need a few volunteers, every day, to help us with feeding and clean-up.
The hours are: 8-10 AM,
Lunchtime (spot cleaning of cages), and
If you can commit to one or two days, for any of these shifts, please let Barbara Bryant know right away, at firstname.lastname@example.org . We’ll give you the training you need to help us with these kittens!
Director, Volunteers and Emergency Services