Life can get away from a person, and this blog is no exception. Our apologies to regular readers who depend on our News page to stay up-to-date on Animal Ark’s activities.
Good things continue to happen at Animal Ark! With COVID-related restrictions slowly being lifted, our volunteers have returned in earnest and are catching up on weeks of lost dog walking and cat playtime. Visit our Facebook page for photos and videos of our cats, dogs, volunteers and staff in action.
And with summer nearly upon us, maybe you’re looking for an out-of-the-ordinary activity that helps you feel good mentally and physically. Animal Ark would like to suggest that you consider becoming a volunteer! We have energetic, loving cats and dogs that need playtime, walks and human contact as they patiently await their forever homes. We also have special-need animals who have physical and behavioral challenges and thus require a little extra TLC. Patient volunteers, fosters and adoptive families are sought for these animals. We spotlight a few below.
If your family has considered adopting a cat or dog, we invite you to drop by our shelter. Our Adoption page features our adoptable cats and dogs. Visit our Contact page for hours of operation and COVID-related precautions.
On behalf of Animal Ark, thank you for your ongoing support despite the world suddenly becoming very chaotic. We were surprised, humbled and delighted by the amount of donations that poured in during the initial COVID crisis. Our Donation page features all the ways you can donate to our shelter. We hope to begin public events again soon, so bookmark this page for updates.
And finally, below is just a sampling of the pets in our care who need a foster or forever home. Call our shelter at (651) 772-8983 to meet them or any of our other eligible pets.
Thanks for your support of Animal Ark!
Please don’t litter. Unless it’s cat litter.
It’s fitting that Jackson, a rather bulky cat, would remind you to contribute to our Bulk Litter Order Fund Raiser. Click his picture to contribute! Jackson, as you can see, was “pampered” by his former owner and now has some health issues to overcome before being ready for his forever home. After loving care from our staff, volunteers and vets, Jackson should soon feature prominently on our Adoption page!