Have you thought about fostering an animal from the NCSPCA? We have an ongoing need for families who are willing to help some of our special animals develop social skills and prepare for transition to life in a “forever home.” If you have love and patience to give, but are not ready to adopt an animal, perhaps you will consider becoming a foster parent to one of our furry friends? We have both dogs and cats, large and small, who are desperately in need of some extra attention and nurturing outside the shelter environment. If you are interested, please call 873-5000 to learn more!
Our featured pet this week is Clark, a positively adorable Beagle mix with the most soulful brown eyes you will ever see! Poor little Clark was found wandering the roads and is grateful to have a comfy bed to fall asleep on since he arrived at the shelter. Clark is an older fellow, but don’t let that sweet grey face fool you! He loves to go for walks, and bounces and jumps for joy when he sees you. Clark seems to like other dogs and is very quiet for a beagle - he only barks when it’s his turn to go outside for his walk. Like most dogs of his breed, he has a very gentle demeanor and would be a great companion for someone young or old. Please come meet this special guy and give him a second chance at being a true member of a family.