Sunday, April 1, 2012

Foster Homes Needed

Neponset Valley Humane Society needs more foster homes

This beautiful cat was rescued from the streets and placed in a loving home thanks to the efforts of Judy Ambrose, Executive Director of the Neponset Valley Humane Society (NVHS) in Norwood, Massachusetts. NVHS is an all volunteer organization and does not have a shelter. The staff do an amazing job fostering animals in private homes and Judy works constantly to establish new foster homes to accommodate the growing numbers of animals in need.

Every new foster home means one more animal can be rescued and given a second chance at life. Currently, NVHS focuses on cats, but also helps rabbits, guinea pigs, and whenever possible, dogs. NVHS works to save hundreds of animals and make certain that hundreds more are spayed and neutered through low cost programs. Ending the severe problem of pet overpopulation is one of their core missions.

Under Judy’s careful management, all funds donated to the Neponset Valley Humane Society go directly to the animals. The NVHS is saving lives each and every day and as a result many animals have been spared terrible suffering and are living in loving homes where they are valued as precious companions.

Dedicated families and individuals willing to foster cats are what makes rescue possible. You can help: Become a foster home for a needy cat; sponsor cats that need special care; or make a donation to support a program of your choice. Visit NVHS to learn more. If you are interested in providing a foster home, please email Judy at

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