Tift County Animal Shelter is crowded and needs supplies, according to WALB.
Shelter Director Candice Hernandez said their goal is to avoid euthanizing animals but sometimes, that is the only option.
“We work extremely hard with outside organizations, with no kill facilities all over the country, even into Canada, to get these dogs out of here and into homes. Local homes or far away homes, it doesn’t matter to us as long as they have a chance at life and are loved,” Hernandez said.
The shelter is overcrowded because it’s mating season for animals. Experts say the summer months are mating seasons for animals.
Ansley Hutto said she believes becoming an animal foster parent is the perfect way for you to have companionship. She’s 14 and said fostering animals helps to ease anxiety and boost self-confidence. She fosters kittens.
The shelter is asking the community to consider fostering and adopting these animals because it could save an animal’s life.
This tiny little dog, likely a Chihuahua mix, is looking to be reunited with his owners, or placed in a foster or adoptive home from the Tift County Animal Shelter in Tifton, GA.