The following pets came to CHS seeking new families. Some of them are not yet ready to go home. And others would prefer to hang out in a home instead of staying in the shelter while waiting for the perfect family. That’s where you come in. Would you give one of these furry friends a helping hand? Thank you!
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to foster one of the animals listed below.
Age: ~2 year
Breed: Domestic Long Hair (DLH)
Need: Monitor Eating & Awaiting Medical
Meila is a sweet girl who needs about a week of foster. We’re hoping a break will help her decompress a bit and settle in to the changes. Meila’s foster will need to monitor her eating. The stress of a move to the shelter caused her to stop eating, which resulted in some medical concerns. But she’s back on track now and we’re hoping a foster home can give her an extra week to make sure she’s eating well before we repeat her bloodwork and prepare to spay her. Want to give Meila a break from the shelter and hang wiht a sweet cat for a week?
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The Connecticut Humane Society is the leading resource in the state for companion animal welfare, enriching the lives of families and communities through adoption services, medical care, education, and prevention of cruelty. We are a private, independent nonprofit and do not receive funding from government entities.