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Wet Nose Wednesday

Foster Kittens at GCAC

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Every week on Wet Nose Wednesday, I introduce you to a sweet furbaby looking for their fur-ever home. This week we are looking for help fostering kittens for Greenville County Animal Care. Last year one of the projects I worked on with the station is fostering two kittens. Ponyboy and Johnny. They were from a litter of 8 and at 2.5 weeks they had lost their mother and needed some very hands on TLC. 

I brought these two forces of love into my home and bottle fed them every 2.5 hours as well as playing with them, carried them back and forth to the radio station. This year Ponyboy and Johnny are now permanent members of my home. They love their big brothers Austin and Bennett, their big sister Charlotte Belle and are obsessed with Mama. 

You don't have to become their permanent home, the need some extra love and care to get them ready to be adopted and have their shots and spay and neuter surgery. Please contact GCAC via email fosterapet@greenvillecounty.org or call (864) 467-3950

A huge thank you to our new WNW partner ReWa... they are dedicated to enhancing our community’s quality of life through sustainable projects like Dig Greenville.  ReWa aims to safely and efficiently revitalize our wastewater infrastructure in the growing Greenville community for the next 100 years.

Learn More at DigGreenville.org for updates on this one of a kind "pet" project!

A huge thanks to Miss Bee Haven Honeybones for donating a welcome home gift certificate with each new adoption. 

 

I have so many people asking how they can help these wonderful animals that we feature on WNW. Some want to adopt or foster, some don't have the time but would like to still help. Here is how you can help, animals come into the shelter for so many reasons. A sad fact is that some can't handle the solid dog or cat food. We are collecting cans of the pate-style food for dogs and cats (pictured below) at our Magic 98.9 Studio at 25 Garlington Road. We want to help get these guys happy, healthy and well fed before they head to their "fur-ever" families.

I was able to pick up 3 cans for around $1.00, that is the loose change in the bottom of most of our purses or under the couch cushions. Think about how much that will mean to these guys who have found themselves at the shelter. Please share the love with these guys who only know how to give unconditional love.

Wet Nose Wednesday

Every week on Wet Nose Wednesday, I introduce you to a sweet furbaby looking for their fur-ever home. This week we are looking for help fostering...

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