Glynn County Animal Control announced it has reached capacity and is seeking help in getting dogs and cats out, according to The Brunswick News.
“Right now, with the number of cats and kittens that are coming in, (pet welfare group) No-Kill Glynn County is completely full,” said Tiffani Hill, animal control manager.
“The Humane Society (of South Coastal Georgia) doesn’t have any room for more cats so there’s not an opportunity for them to get pulled by another org.”
There’s no short-term fix. Currently, the shelter is looking to find new foster homes to help raise kittens and puppies until they are big enough to undergo spay and neuter surgeries, after which they will be put up for adoption.
Fostering doesn’t come with any charges. Animal control will cover the cost of any necessary supplies so it only takes an investment of time.
For more information on adoptions, pet fostering and future spay/neuter programs, contact the animal control shelter at 554-7500.