A group of dogs and cats are scheduled for transport to Midwest Animal Rescue (MARS) in Minnesota. The target date is Jan. 21.
Friends of Shelter Animals for Cobb County needs your help to get each animal a bus ticket. The group needs to raise $1,300. The transport will save animals' lives and offer a chance for adoption.
Donations as little as $10 will help get the dogs and cats to safety.
For more information, contact Janice Riccio at Quietzsch@aol.com.
About Friends of Shelter Animals
Friends of Shelter Animals of Cobb County is composed of volunteers dedicated to helping shelter animals have a chance at a new life.
Midwest Animal Rescue Services is dedicated to providing unsurpassed standards for quality care, client education and training of companion animals, to promote responsible pet ownership while uniting fellow rescuers in the pursuit of ending animal homelessness.
The dedicated and passionate group rescues dogs and cats that are at risk and homeless through no fault of their own, as well as puppy mill rescues. Once in their care, the companion animals are vaccinated, microchipped, and spayed or neutered.
MARS does not have a shelter facility for boarding. It is a foster-based rescue group that runs on the support and aid of dedicated volunteers. The pets live in homes, as family members, receiving all of the love and care they would in an adoptive home, until they are adopted.
MARS boasts a 98 percent adoption success rate.