Could You Foster?
In spring, the KCHS shelters
are often deluged with mother cats with
new-born kittens or orphaned kittens too young to adopt.
Similarly, puppies also may be
surrendered. While the shelters can
accommodate some of these animals, we also need people who are willing
foster the “overflow” until they are large enough (3 pounds for
kittens) and old
enough (8 weeks) to be spayed or neutered and adopted. We
also need fosters for adult animals that
may be overly shy or need further socialization before they can be
JUST A LITTLE
if you only have a little bit of spare time, you can still be a valued
volunteer. Would you like to walk dogs? Perhaps you
foster kittens or puppies at home. Retirees, we need your
help! Give us a call!
You can keep up to date
with the Knox
County Humane Society by joining our Facebook group.