Everett Animal Shelter Asking For Help After Cruelty Investigation Fills Facility

November 17, 2020

Everett

Passing along an urgent request from the Everett Animal Shelter…

Bunnies

The shelter is bursting with bunnies and other small animals. Photo credit: Everett Animal Shelter

Over the weekend we worked with local law enforcement and animal control and took in more than 50 animals from an overcrowded and severely unsanitary living situation.

At this time we have rabbits and hamsters of all ages, chickens, cats and kittens that all need medical care and supplies. All are thin, sick and in need of spay/neuter surgeries.

Intakes like this take many resources that are unbudgeted for and put a huge burden on the shelter. It’s only with community support that we can continue to care for these animals that have no where else to turn.

HOW YOU CAN HELP:

DONATE BY CLICKING THIS LINK:
Donations to our Fund for the Animals go directly to pay for our medical expenses. All these animals need medical care and will need surgeries once they are healthy enough.

Send Supplies: We have put together a Small Animal Wish List on Amazon and need multiples of all items listed, especially the pens, hay feeders and food.

PLEASE DO NOT CALL THE SHELTER. Our staff are busy tending to these animals, who are now safe. This is an active animal cruelty investigation so the details we can share are limited.

Thank you for your continued support!



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