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Please drop off Tues – Sat 12 noon to 5 pm and ask for your tax deduction receipt. Stafford Animal Shelter is ACCESSABLE ONLY FROM EXIT 337 OFF I-90 in 2013.Thank you!
If you have an enclosed space that can be separate from your pets, we need temporary foster homes for bottle baby kittens and nursing moms and babies. It’s hard work to follow all the medical protocol, feed them frequently and keep them clean and dry but SO rewarding to save little, furry, mewling lives! Please email email@example.com or phone Angie Sue at 222-2111 if you are interested. We also need foster homes for some special needs dogs who do poorly in the Shelter environment. They don’t have to be separated from your dogs, but some don’t do well with cats. THANKS for considering SAVING LIVES!
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Q: How should I introduce a dog and cat so they will get along together in my home?
A: While they are different species with different social behaviors and structures, dogs and cats can be great buddies.
When you already have a cat at home and are adopting a dog at Stafford Animal Shelter, we test the dog with a cat in a controlled environment to see how the dog reacts first. The cats for these tests are chosen not because they are necessarily fond of dogs but because they don’t run when they see a dog. Nearly every dog’s instinctual ‘prey chase’ response is triggered by a cat running from them.