San Antonio Pets Live! issued a big SOS. It takes community help to save dozens of puppies.
In a press release, the local animal shelter stated that its sites are overcrowded with puppies, adding that if they are not adopted soon, the healthy pets will be euthanized due to lack of space. The Last Chance Rescue Organization is picking up endangered cats, dogs, and more from the city’s animal care services.
However, an overwhelming number of puppy and kitten litters are for SAPA! has become unprecedented territory, development manager Alison Macklin told MySA.com.
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“This year is amazing,” said Macklin. “ACS is doing its best. We all do. That is a lack of space. None of us can save the many people who come every day when there is no kennel space. The people castrate and do not neuter. “
To overcome space problems, SAPA! organizes an adoption special, where interested animal lovers from Thursday, 10.
Macklin said the community has strengthened before in situations like this, and she believes they will do the same by the summer because she believes the throws will just move on.
Email [email protected] for more information on how you can help and if the puppies in the photos in this article are still available. If not, Macklin said they have lots of dogs, cats, and kittens that are also at risk.