Um abrigo de animais no sul da Flórida, nos Estados Unidos, celebrou um momento histórico na última quarta (15). Pela primeira vez, o ‘Friends of Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control’ esvaziou um de seus canis.
“Este marco incrível foi possível graças a ajuda e apoio de toda a nossa comunidade!”, escreveram no Facebook.
O vídeo mostra os funcionários usando máscaras e aplaudindo a conquista com ajuda de voluntários e novos adotantes.
Alguns gatos, dois cavalos e um porco ainda aguardam uma oportunidade.
Apesar da alta procura, o abrigo segue recebendo também dezenas de pedidos de resgate para animais abandonados na rua.
An incredible and joyful thing happened today….For the first time in the history of Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control, we have completely emptied one of our three dog kennels!This amazing milestone was made possible by the help and support of our entire community! Thank you to the shelter staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to care for, find homes for, and advocate for the pets who come through these doors; thank you to our incredible foster parents who open their heart and homes to thousands of pets each year; thank you to everyone who has opted to adopt a shelter pet – whether it be here or from any of the other amazing organizations out there; thank you to our placement partner organizations far and wide – without them, this would not be possible.Let's keep the momentum going and good vibes flowing! We still have dogs available for adoption or foster in our main kennel, along with a few adoptable cats, two adoptable horses, and Charlotte the adoptable pig. If you are interested in fostering or adopting, please visit our website to view our available pets and submit an application online: www.pbcgov.com/snap.Pictured in this video: Shelter staff celebrating in Kennel Two, the shelter's stray housing kennel and adoption overflow kennel. There are 48 double-sided in runs in each of the three kennel buildings at the shelter.#C2Z #shelterdogs #adopt #foster #PBCACC #RescueProud #GetYourRescueOn
Posted by Friends of Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control on Tuesday, April 14, 2020