Twenty-one cats and dogs found their forever homes yesterday! Best wishes to them and their new families!
H.E.L.P. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, volunteer rescue organization. We provide veterinary care, food, and shelter for stray and abandoned cats and dogs until they are adopted into loving homes. H.E.L.P. does not have a facility.
All of our dogs and cats are in foster homes which enable us to get to know an animal so we can better match the cat/dog with the right person or family.
Keeping Pets (Dogs and Cats) in Homes: A Three ..
Keeping Pets (Dogs and Cats) in Homes: A Three-Phase Retention Study
We are always in need of foster homes for bottle baby kittens, moms and newborn kittens, especially during the summer months! We welcome foster homes for our shelter dogs, animals who may have undergone surgery or need other medical care, or those with minor behavioral issues that can use some TLC. We additionally are in need of homes that can foster adult cats for our off-site adoption program. This requires fostering a cat for a minimum of two weeks prior to them being placed up for adoption at our off-site adoption center.We also have a cage free cat adoption center and a network of foster homes for friendly, adoptable cats and kittens (as well as dogs/puppies we encounter while assisting cats) that have been rescued.Colony Cats is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose primary mission is to address cat overpopulation in central Ohio through public awareness and spay/neuter efforts. Since 2002, our organization has facilitated spay/neuter of nearly 9,000 cats and dogs, and placed more than 7,500 pets in homes.We are currently seeking volunteers to grow our foster home network. Fostering is a rewarding experience where you temporarily house animals in need in your own home until they are ready for adoption. Foster animals include pregnant dogs/cats, nursing dogs/cats and their litters, dogs/cats recovering from injuries or dogs/cats in need of socialization. We recommend having a separate area in your home to care for foster pets; a spare bedroom, bathroom or laundry room works great. The shelter provides all medical care and dry food. Foster homes provide wet food, litter for the kitties, bedding and daily care of the animals. Supplies you purchase to care for foster animals may be tax deductible.