Hershey was a scruffy looking black kitty. Either of these attributes can make getting adopted difficult. Taken together, it meant Hershey was likely to be in the foster system a long time.
Hershey never gave up hope and neither did Friends of Animals. Along came a gentleman with a huge heart. He read Hershey's story, came to the foster home to meet him and it was love at first sight! No stranger to loving special cats -- one missing an eye, one with three legs -- this dear man could care less about Hershey's scruffy fur and saw only the beauty behind the battered exterior. It's a match made in heaven.
Will you be the angel that gives a rescue pet his happy ending? Many sweet homeless cats, dogs, kittens and puppies are waiting for new homes. If you can't adopt, you can still help -- donate, volunteer, buy treats at the bake sale, or temporarily offer your home as a foster family. Most of all, please do your part by spay/neutering and microchipping your own pets and helping trap for neuter the ferals in your neighborhood.
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FOA needs YOU! Friends of Animals is always in need of volunteers and foster homes. To help or to learn information on low cost spay/neuter programs and feral trapping, please leave a detailed message on the FOA hotline, 552-3323.