Colleen Brayack in California sent me this item called ‘NetPets’. If you need a vet can you can rely on, check out NetPets.Org (http://www.netpets.org), the largest informational website for veterinarian referrals.

As if that isn't great news for Fido or Fluffy, for the past three years, NetPets has also been the leader in a foster care pilot programme for dogs, cats, birds, even horses and ferrets whose owners are military personnel. The site’s Military Pets Foster Project https://www.netpets.org/netp/foster.php has been very successful, with over 5,000 animals placed in foster homes while their owners are on duty overseas.

Each potential foster home must have good references, a vet and compatible animals. “We don’t want to put a Chihuahua into a home with a Great Dane,” says the website’s founder, Steve Albin.

For more information or to become a NetPets foster parent, visit the website or call (843) 249-5262. To make a charitable donation -- 100% of your donation goes to the project -- go here: https://www.netpets.org/donations.html

The Military Pets Foster Project is recognized, recommended and endorsed by the U.S. Department of Defence.


 

 


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