May is National Pet Month, and National Foster Care Month. Furry Friends Foster & Rescue visited the News 8 studio with foster dog Rosey to explain how becoming a pet foster parent can be life-changing.
Furry Friends Foster and Rescue, Inc. is a not-for-profit animal rescue organization based out of Monroe, Connecticut.
On Tuesday, May 22nd, a group of students from Oxford Center School made beds, blankets and toys for the rescue dogs at Furry Friends. See the photos and hear all about it in the interview above.
If you are interested in volunteering, becoming a foster parent, or learning more about the organization, click here.