85 kittens needing formula mixed and bottoms rubbed
1,118 pouncing, stalking and mewing beauties
105 cattitudes managed
10 closed-eyed puppies swaddled and bottled
59 barking, playing round-bellied babies
125 dogs walked and loved
Over 1500 pets that were given a second change through foster care
Words cannot express the gratitude and thanks that the Richmond SPCA and our pets have for the wonderful foster parents that open their homes to our pets in need. We are so grateful for the sleepless nights, the shoe casualties, the sloppy kisses received, the long walks in the rain, the scratched couches, the hours of crate training, the intense snuggle sessions and the chance that foster parents give for these pets to find permanent adoptive homes once they return to the Richmond SPCA. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. We love every single one of you and would be lost without you.
Laura Palin is the manager of admissions and Tameka Peters is the foster care coordinator for the Richmond SPCA. To read the biographies of our regular bloggers, please click here. Before posting a comment, please review our comment guidelines. Please note that our comment policy requires a first and last name to be used as your screen name.
April 9, 2012: Help us gather supplies needed for "kitten season" this spring
April 10, 2012: Good intentions to move and care for infant kittens are not always in kittens' best interest
April 13, 2012: Getting involved: Foster care volunteers tout great rewards in saving infant kitten lives
April 14, 2012: Kitten Nursery will expand foster care involvement
Get involved: www.richmondspca.org/foster