The Arlington Animal Welfare League stories that 2,444 cats, canines and small animals had been adopted from his shelter throughout the 12-month interval ending June 30.
It is down barely from the earlier 12 months’s 2,587, which could possibly be a optimistic signal that issues are calming down on the earth getting together with the COVID now experiencing.
In preliminary information reported on Aug.3, the group additionally reported that 1,341 pets had been transferred to its care from different shelters or aid organizations, whereas 1,881 had been positioned in short-term foster properties with the assistance of volunteers.
Underneath the group’s Pet Pantry program, 2,201 pets acquired provides, meals and litter, effectively over 1,400 the earlier 12 months and presumably indicating declining financial situations.
Slightly below $ 64,700 was granted to pet homeowners throughout the 12 months to offer help with emergency and continual veterinary care. It’s consistent with a 12 months earlier.
As well as, the group’s animal management crew acquired and answered a complete of two,443 wildlife-related calls.
The Arlington Animal Welfare League gives group companies beneath contract with the Arlington authorities. For data, see the web site at www.awla.org.