It's at least a straw to grasp at, don't you think? Best case scenario: someone could foster until April 1 when I move into a larger place. Second choice: someone could foster until March 1 when I have some cages opening up.
I know you hate trying to coordinate these long-distance things. But it did work out last time, right? 6 of those PHS pigs have been adopted already into nice homes.
But it is awfully short notice, I agree. So if you don't want to go this route, let me know.
I can't take them here. You'll need to get a foster lined up either here or down there with transport. At this very minute, I need to get back to work, but I agree, time is short.
That shelter is not very cooperative. AND, I can't believe it, but they do absolutely NO screening on adoptions. Anyone can walk in and adopt any animal if they pay the fee.
Teresa, Val doesn't have the nonprofit letter with her and is going to the shelter this afternoon. So hopefully they will release the pigs to her with no problems.
I asked to have that person call me when she gets there. Whether she does or not remains to be seen.
It's first come, first serve there on adoptions. I don't think they give a flip if a dog trainer came in to pay $5 a piece for fighting bait.
Valerie may already be at the shelter. She called and told them she was coming. So if the pigs are gone already, have the rescuer call me & I'll put her in touch with Val.
I'm really dissapointed in the attitude several people at this shelter seemed to have in speaking with a rescue.