We are in need of fosters for dogs, puppies, cats and kittens. Please click on our foster application! Fosters are needed. Email for more details firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in being a Puppy Wrangler?
We would like to be in a pro-active mode and recruit Puppy Wranglers that can be ready to foster a litter when the need arises.
Requirements needed to be a certified Puppy Wrangler:
-must be able to provide mounds and mounds of unconditional love to “unruly puppies” at any hour of the day.
-must be able to provide guidance and structure to said “unruly puppies” so they will grow up to be productive canine good citizens.
-must have patience of a saint to calmly handle late nights and very early mornings when said “unruly puppies” decide to create impressive works of art with brown “paint”
-must be able to provide extra support, if needed, to any puppy who may be lagging behind the rest.
-must be willing to take in at least two or more puppies for fostering since puppies do best when they have a litter mate to thrive and get into trouble with.
You will be provided with all the necessary supplies to safely and properly raise these puppies. You will also be able to enjoy the coveted puppy breath and will receive tons of unconditional love in return!
It’s a WIN WIN situation! Please email us at email@example.com if you are interested.
Street Paws is in need of dry cat/kitten food. Below is a preferred list if you can help us. We are always grateful for any donations. We try to feed the street kitties a dry food that the first ingredient is meat. Since we are not able to monitor them like pets in a home environment it is very important to feed them a stable diet to ensure they do not get upset tummies that we do not know about that could eventually endanger their life.
Royal Canin baby cat
Street Paws is looking for someone willing to donate land in Henry county zoned C2, C3, M1 or M2. Preferably 2-5 acres or Clayton County zoned AG. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of anyone who can help. Thanks!