FAYETTE ANIMALS SAFE: DONATIONS GO TO OTHER LOCAL SHELTERS

The lives of 22 dogs have been saved, after a code red euthanasia notice was put out from the Fayette County Animal shelter.
but there’s still a similar need in other parts of west Alabama.

Darlene Richardson and her husband Larry operate Cans for Kritters, a non-profit set up to help spay and neuter pets.
They are not a rescue service, but managed to raise enough funds to help the cause…only to find there were no dogs left in the Fayette shelter to benefit from their donations.
So, the Richardsons have used that money to go toward adoptions at the Tuscaloosa and Hale County shelters, which are always at capacity.

If you’re interested in adopting a pet from the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter, the Humane Society of West Alabama or the Hale County Animal Shelter, mention the Cans for Kritters sponsorship to receive a cut in adoption costs.

The discount will only last until the donation money is used.

 

 

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