Wet Nose Wednesday

Your Knight in Shining Fur.....


© Hannah Pouska

Each week we highlight one or two animals looking for their fur-ever home... this week we introduce you to a terrier mix who came into GCAC as a stray... Lance is a knight in shining armor. When he first arrived, his fur was matted and he had fleas but after a trip to the groomers and some TLC this fuzzy little knight's armor is shining bright.. Lance is a perfect gentleman and loves meeting and greeting everyone at GCAC. He enjoys being a play group rockstar and loves meeting new people. Lance is one knight looking for his fur-ever "kingdom". 

Lance is looking for his furever family. Could that family be yours? He along with his shelter siblings are ready and waiting to meet you at GCAC...  

To find out more about Lance contact Greenville County Animal Care.

 Greenville County Animal Care is Building a NO KILL Community.... and you can help us get the word out.

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

We are proud to welcome our new sponsor of Wet Nose Wednesday, Dog Culture  opening in May, it will be the coolest doggie day care around. Their team of trained, knowledgeable and loving professionals that strive to provide the very best care to all our four legged friends. We are so excited to have them on board and I know I speak for my Charlotte Belle when I say, she cannot wait to head to doggie day care. She will be soaking up the sun with outside play, taking a dip or two in their doggie pools as well as getting plenty of petting and pampering,

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 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.

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