They are sweet, cuddly and in desperate need of a foster home until they are old enough to be adopted. Please help save two adorable pit pups who are the last of their litter. The little girl and her brother are just over a week old and are smaller than a coke can. They where surrendered to the Washington Humane Society because their owner could no longer take care of them.
The owner had been bottle feeding but realized he was not able to provide the around the clock care they needed. He wisely called the Washington Humane Society for help. Now we need your help to find a foster home and eventually, a permanent home.
These puppies are just a few of the animals in need of foster care at WHS. Kittens and puppies that are not weaned, too young for vaccines, or too young to be spayed/neutered need to go to a foster home before they can be adopted to their permanent home. Pregnant dogs, nursing moms with kittens, animals recovering from surgery, or those that are just scared in a shelter environment also need a foster home.
To find out more about how you can become a foster, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.