A Texas family is pleading for help for multiple foster animals at their home – Stacey and her husband, David, have taken in numerous cats and dogs who have been abandoned near their property, but now they need somewhere to go because of an upcoming move.
We are appealing to you, as we are in desperate need of help for several foster dogs and cats we have. My husband and I were planning to relocate from SETX to the Asheville, NC area next summer. However, life through us a curve ball when I lost my job two months ago due to cutbacks. So, we decided to push our move to NC up quite a bit. Fortunately, I have secured a job, but I am due to start 11/1/18, and we have not been able to find permanent homes for these sweet babies here.
The family had hoped to find foster homes for the cats and dogs in North Carolina…but every rescue agency in the area is maxed out because of the hurricane which hit not long ago.
We are looking at properties with acreage and fencing there, but we’re not sure we’ll be able to get into our new home as soon as we arrive. We thought about boarding them, but since I’ve not worked in two months, and unemployment isn’t very much…we don’t think we can afford to board them and our own personal pets.
The family is desperate – they have to move, but can’t take these animals with them. The cats and dogs need to find somewhere safe to go…and the clock is ticking. Ideally, some or all of the cats and dogs could be placed before the move…if not, Stacey has set up a Facebook donation site to help raise funds for boarding – click here to access.
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