Forsyth Humane Society, Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office Finds Homes for More Than 70 Dogs After Animal Services Calls

Forsyth County, NC (WGHP) — A community member’s call for help has put the Forsyth Humane Society in trouble.

Animal Services at the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office brought 73 puppies and puppies to the Humane Society after responding to “calls from community members for help,” according to a Forsyth Humane Society Facebook post.

Even before these dozens of animals came in, the Humane Society shelter was full. Now, they have excess capacity.

The Humane Society is reaching out to the community to solicit adoption and foster care as quickly as possible. Anyone looking to foster or adopt these pups can visit the Humane Society at 5570 Sturmer Park Circle during their open hours from 2pm to 6pm.

All Saturday, they’re partnering with Bissel Pets’ “Holiday Home” campaign to drop all adoption fees down to just $25.

A representative from the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office confirmed they were brought in as part of the ongoing investigation.

“The purpose of this post is to help FHS spread the word and hope shelters are emptied this holiday season. As always, we want to make sure all of our four-legged friends are cared for and find forever homes!” the sheriff’s office said.


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