Animal Shelter Struggling to Stay Afloat
If Almost Home Animal Shelter can't raise $16,000 needed to operate through this month, staff will start the New Year by closing doors-for good.
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#1 Dec 12, 2011
I understand they need to check to make sure that the people adopting the animals are 'fit' but perhaps if they were a bit more flexible about their rules they would have more adoptions. My son and I tried to adopt a dog, went through all the mandatory steps and(quite literally) because we did not have our previous dogs inoculated against 'everything under the sun' we were turned down. Yes this is a (very little) bit of sour grapes (you didn't have to see my son's face) but we are quite happy with the pup we ended up with - 'free to good home'.
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