Animal shelters may need help again
One of the most (and only) heart-warming aspects of the pandemic has been how animal shelters were quickly cleared at the beginning of the outbreak, thanks to everyone being home and having the time to foster a pet. While there are sure to be some foster fails that happily lead to adoption, not everyone will be able to keep these foster pets. As a result, animal rescues may once again be faced with more animals than they can care for. But shelters are also hopeful that all of the interest generated in foster and rescue pets during the pandemic may also lead to an increase in volunteers.
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