UPDATE, 8/16/2023, When the temperatures continued to rise throughout the night at our adoption center, we made the difficult decision to evacuate our pets. They have been shuffled between two of our directors houses. Fosters are needed now more than ever. Please contact us at 409-797-6033 if you can help.
Hello, cherished supporters of our furry companions!
We hope this message finds you well and in good spirits. It's with a mix of determination and a touch of humor that we're here to share the latest "tail" from our adoption center. Yes, you guessed it - our trusty AC has decided to play hide-and-seek with the cool air. Again!
Now, before you start picturing us melting like popsicles in the summer sun, let's get to the heart of the matter. Our furry friends and our dedicated team need your support once more, as we navigate through this unexpected AC hiccup.
So, here's the scoop: we've got some news that might raise your eyebrows a bit higher than usual. Our repair experts have kindly informed us that the AC gremlins might keep us company for the next 6-8 weeks. Yes, you read that right - it's going to be a while. But hey, who needs an icy breeze when we have the warmth of love and dedication all around us, right?
Now, we've been working around the clock to come up with a cunning plan, and we're excited to share that we're in the midst of setting up a temporary AC system. It's a bit like our animals' version of glamping - not quite the same as home, but a pretty cool alternative (pun intended).
But here's where you can play the superhero in our story! If you're up for a bit of adventure and are ready to welcome a furry buddy into your home for a short while, consider becoming a foster hero. Your cozy space and loving heart can provide our animals with a much-needed break from the heat. Think of it as a mini-vacation - and who wouldn't want that?
Ready to be a sleepover hero? We need you!
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