Are you thinking that you want to become a volunteer, be a foster parent for cats, or possibly adopt. To start with, if you want to foster cats there are over 112 cats available at AARCS, they are all there for you to chose from to foster or possibly adopt. AARCS is located on 5060-74th Avenue SE Calgary, AB. “You should spend your lifetime doing something nice for other just like cats who are waiting for a forever loving home,” lily said.
AARC the animal rescue crew society is recommending that you should come to the 2017 Christmas festival. People buy wreaths for there front door and you can help deliver them. The money that people pay will raise money for all the dogs and cats. Kyle said a question came in about how many deserted animals come in per year, and how many get adopted? “There are over 200 animals that come in and about 50 get adopted every three months,” Kyle replied.
“I feel bad about how many animals don’t get adopted, I just really would appreciate if people kept their animals and loved them,” Megan said. Megan is the care taker of a cat named Norman he is the cat of the week. He has been sticking around for a family since he was a baby. He was found with a broken leg. AARCS chose to take him in. Volunteers took responsibility of this poor cat, Norman till he was better. You can help these animals by donating money or volunteering. When Norman was all better and ready for adoption they put him up on the blog. He is a very nice friendly and healthy cat, if you were ever considering to adopt one.
For more information about volunteering, fostering, adopting, or rescuing animals, contact AARCS at (403) 250-7377. Or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit there website at AARCS.ca
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