I called Brooke desperate to find Eclipse a good place. And she did. Jennifer, another employee at SAVC, remembered Eclipse from her stay at the clinic. She liked her and wanted to give it a try as a foster. At last report Eclipse is happy and doing well. I am told she is perfectly behaved at her foster home. I told her before she left not to screw it up.
Eclipse gets another chance at life because so many people fell in love with her and would not give up. People stepped up to save her. Imagine how many wonderful animals like Eclipse we could save if we had this many people invested in their welfare. People who absolutely refused to give up?
Animals are pouring in our doors here at the Animal Protection League. We are overwhelmed. Beautiful animals who deserve a better life than living in a shelter. Please help us make a difference in the lives of these animals. Animals from this community who have come to us through no fault of their own.
Maleah Stringer is executive director of the Animal Protection League, 613 Dewey St., Anderson. She can be reached at 356-0900 or at email@example.com