Los Alamos County Animal Shelter is in very urgent need of foster homes for both dogs and cats.
There are currently 21 dogs at the shelter, including some puppies. This is more than what the shelter can ideally support. The Los Alamos Shelter is not a “no-kill” shelter, and the crowded conditions are extremely worrisome. Homes to foster cats are also needed.
Here are some ways you can help:
- Foster an animal.
- Forward this request to other animal lovers who may be able to foster.
- Walk a shelter dog if you have completed the orientation. The Shelter’s dedicated dog brigade could use some help with these large numbers.
- Encourage your friends and family to consider volunteering, either in the cat room or to walk dogs.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help with fostering animals. If you are unable to foster at this time and would be interested in doing so at a later date, email the above address in order to be placed in the database.