Halifax RSPCA calls for more foster families to come forward
The Wade Street Center in Halifax is looking for people who want to provide a safe environment to care for cats, dogs or small animals that may find life in a shelter particularly difficult.
These Halifax RSPCA animals are looking for a new home – can you help us?
The RSPCA branch is proud to have created the Elderly Animal Rehoming Scheme (EARS) which helps older animals find a home by offering reduced adoption fees, as well as many other benefits. However, this program can only work with the help of host families, of which the association unfortunately does not have enough.
Jessica Brown, Placement Coordinator, said: âThere are many senior animals that come into our care who are not comfortable living in a cattery or kennel and it is imperative that we find them a calm and friendly family environment until the end of the day. ‘that they find their family forever.
âWe would love to hear from anyone who thinks they could provide a foster home for an animal.
âThere is no cost involved as the charity provides all the equipment, drugs, food and veterinary expenses, so all you need is some free time and a little of love !”
If you can offer foster care – from days, weeks or months – complete a foster care request form on their website or contact the Animal Center directly for more information – 01422 365628.