PAWS Humane shares foster stories as most animals find homes during COVID-19 outbreak

PAWS Humane shares foster stories as most animals find homes during COVID-19 outbreak
(Source: WTVM)

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) - As PAWS Humane Society has had to close during the COVID-19, almost all of their animals were able to be taken into foster homes.

In a Facebook post, PAWS Humane Society says that their fosters stepped up throughout the past weeks during their temporary closure, being able to provide homes to 95 percent of their animals.

To celebrate those foster families, PAWS is sharing videos of what some of them have been up to.

If you are interested in fostering or adopting an animal, contact the PAWS Humane Society at 706-565-0035.

Fostering saves lives!

Have you ever wondered what it looks like to foster an animal? 💜 Our fosters are always incredible, but they've stepped up in big ways these past few weeks during our temporary closure. With more than 95% of our animals in foster homes, we wanted to share a glimpse of what they've been up to! 🐾 #fosteringsaveslives #fosterdog #fosterkittens #fostercat #fosterpuppies #pawshumanesociety #columbusgeorgia

Posted by Paws Humane Society on Thursday, April 9, 2020

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