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Those who love their pets tend to enjoy all animals. Our animal owners are no different. Check in on News-Herald staffers Robin Palmer and Cheryl Sadler as they share their own animal tales and announce upcoming events in Lake and Geauga counties.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Consider fostering a pet - all the love, none of the commitment!

Would you like to help a pet without actually adopting one?

How about fostering?

Without an animal shelter of its own, South Euclid Humane Society relies entirely on foster homes for the abused and abandoned animals found in South Euclid, University Heights and Richmond Heights.

"We're pushing to get new foster homes before the holidays because so many newly purchased and adopted dogs and cats end up getting dumped when given as gifts," Laura Bruck said.

She added, "We need fosterers everywhere, not just in South Euclid."

Fostering an animal in need
• Gives the Humane Society time to look for the families of lost animals, or find the perfect forever home for each one
• Provides the loving care deserved by animals that are lost, afraid, cold or hungry
• Gives you a chance to see if pet adoption is right for you and your family
• Gives children a chance to learn compassion for animals
• Provides you with the loving companionship of an animal - without the long-term commitment

All animals are health-screened, vaccinated and spayed/neutered. The Humane Society provides supplies; you provide the love.

To learn more about how you can save a life, with no obligation, please call Laura as soon as possible at 216-297-0360.

-- Sandra M. Klepach,


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