Foster carers needed to give pets a new chance

Young girl, Maya, bottle feeds tiny kitten Maggie
Maya enjoys bottle-feeding her fostered kitten, Maggie

Charities in plea for help to give rescued animals some respite from shelters

If you are thinking of buying someone a pet for Christmas, why not consider doing some good at the same time?

Animal charities are in desperate need of foster families for rescued animals. Shelters quickly become over-populated and, unless their inmates can temporarily be housed elsewhere, this can result in animals being put down.

Some charities prefer not to use shelters at all, citing the harm that conditions in even the best refuges ...

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