Shelter animals expend Thanksgiving with foster families in Shenandoah Valley

LYNDHURST – One canine that will be paying the holidays in a warm, loving home is Antique.

Founder of the Highland County Humane Society despatched a photo of Antique to Diane McIntyre who usually fosters previous puppies and hospice pet dogs and McIntyre then reached out to Shenandoah Valley Animal Expert services Centre who is sheltering the dog to give her a non permanent home.

“Antique is surely as her name implies,” reported McIntyre. “Old. God only is aware of her story but she is pretty underweight, has some renal issues and small eyesight. Canine like her do not fare very well in a shelter placing. Their health and fitness troubles have a tendency to multiply just about every day.”

Antique was picked up a stray, so she experienced to be held at the shelter for a time period of time to see if an operator arrived forward.