Animal House Calls
Do you know of an elderly person who is overwhelmed with an animal problem? Do you have a friend who just can't afford the cost of spaying or neutering the dog or cat? The Potter League has a program to address these needs in the community. An animal care advocate from the shelter can help the animals of the elderly and low income in the event of an emergency or crisis. Please contact Byron Davies for more information.
For more information, contact Byron at (401) 846-8276 or at ByronD@potterleague.org.
The Potter League for Animals works with social workers and local domestic violence agencies to provide foster care and temporary housing for the pets of victims of domestic violence who must leave a dangerous household situation. The Potter League also provides short term housing for the pets of the elderly who need to hospitalized and have no one to care for their animals. Temporary housing for animals for those displaced from their homes because of fire or other disasters is also provided by our agency.