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The Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter reached an exciting milestone recently after a local family adopted Tobi, a 1-year-old black lab who is the 100th animal from the shelter to find a new home.
Tobi came to the animal shelter after a previous owner moved ou...
We have a number of cats who aren’t accustomed to human contact or following the “rules” of living in a typical home environment. We want to give these cats a shot at a great life too, so we’ve created the working cats program.
Bringing home a new pet, whether it is a foster or a new family member, can be exciting, but also stressful for your resident animal(s). Here are some tips to make the transitions easier and hopefully more positive!
The Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter graciously welcomes volunteers, as we understand and value their commitment to our cause. Dedicated volunteers are able to make a positive difference for some many animals lives.
Foster care allows the young ones to grow and the sick and injured to heal. Dedicated foster homes make a positive difference for so many animals’ lives by providing enrichment, care, love and ultimately aiding in finding their forever home!