AT times we all have a little extra love to give.
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Fostering a pet is one way that you can share that love, without tying yourself down for the 10-20 years that the commitment of pet ownership can mean.
Hunter Animal Rescue needs foster carers here in the Myall Coast region.
At the recent foster carers training session for the region potential foster carers learned about the types of pets that they may be asked to foster while these animals await their forever home.
Caroline Hawkless Secretary of Hunter Animal Rescue told News Of The Area, “We like people to make an informed decision if they think fostering is something they would like to do.”
You can find the application on the website www.hunteranimalrescue.com.au and click through to the foster care section.
Hunter Animal Rescue conducted pet Santa Photos on the beach over the Festive season and all profits from this event were donated to Hunter Animal Rescue.
Hunter Animal Rescue currently has 20 dogs and 11 cats listed for adoption with other animals placed in homes on trial.
Fosters with Hunter Animal Rescue have described fostering as rewarding, challenging and life changing.
This means that the organisation currently needs at least 31 foster carers to look after these animals.
Foster carers who volunteer with Hunter Animal Rescue are truly making a difference and saving the lives of cats and dogs facing euthanasia within our community.
By Marian SAMPSON