TAILS in need of foster homes
DeKALB – TAILS Humane Society is seeking temporary and permanent homes for dogs as its leaders continue their push to save as many animals as possible from overcrowded shelters in Oklahoma.
After TAILS brought 282 dogs and puppies from Oklahoma shelters in October, only 12 remain for adoption, six of which are ready for a home today, executive director Beth Drake said. But the shelter is expecting to welcome 70 more puppies next week and needs foster homes to care for the various litters for about two weeks.
Drake said the northern Illinois region has a strong demand for dogs – shown by the shelter’s ability to place 127 of the 282 Oklahoma dogs over two days at adoption drives in Schaumburg and Elmhurst.
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