Naturally, so were the staff at both shelters — and Lola herself. She’s one of around 1,000 pets helped by the “Project Reachout” program in this year alone. Nelson said a change of venue can really help dogs and cats get adopted, so collaboration between shelters is key.While Arizona Humane Society transfers homeless pets from other areas to its care, including regular transport of puppies from the Navajo Nation, other shelters reciprocate in turn.
“When our Bottle Baby Kitten Intensive Care Unit is at capacity, we have partners that will come and take some of those newborn kittens from us,” she said. “So it really is such a collaborative program and it’s truly lifesaving. We’re all working together.”
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