Fixing the Boro reached out to their followers on Thursday, April 14, 2022 BEGGING for help fostering pets. They are desperately in need of foster homes!

Just this week, they accepted:- 6 adult dogs from shelters- 16 puppies- 3 litters, one of those litters with a Mama, on a waiting list that are supposed to begin coming in as soon as Sunday. – 22 cats (11 kittens, 6 adults, and 5 bottle babies. All but 4 of these were from ONE home in a neighboring county from an abandonment case.)- 6 rabbits and 4 guinea pigs.

Fixing the Boro is absolutely drowning in need. They cannot physically continue to say yes without the communities help. They have very limited temporary space at the clinic, space in their homes and space in boarding.

If you are looking for a new pet, please consider adoption. They have so many local rescues that will help find a pet that fits your needs and home requirements.

They ask that if you can’t adopt to PLEASE keep your pets responsibly contained and/or spay neuter!! If you can’t tell by just the numbers in this one post, from ONE rescue, we have TOO MANY unwanted animals in our area and they’re literally dying for our community to wake up and start paying attention/taking action.

About Fixin the Boro

Fixing the Boro was started in the spring of 2017 by Sarah Roehm, Beth Stembridge, and Chris Sterling. Originally started as group offering vouchers to local Statesboro vets. In 2018, we added a rescue side to our services. You can find our current adoptable pets on PetFinder.

Fixing The Boro’s mission is to provide low-cost sterilization to residents pets of Bulloch County. We plan on offering the only humane and sustainable solution to the overpopulation of dogs and cats. We strive to maintain the highest level of assistance we can provide and ensure that our services are available to everyone who needs help with their personal pets.

The specific objectives and purpose of this organization shall be:

  1. Offer affordable solutions to spaying and neutering personal pets.
  2. Provide free spaying and neutering to people in need.

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Herschel DeWayne Grice is the founder of Grice Connect an online news and information company in Statesboro, Georgia. DeWayne has been active in the media for over three decades. He brings a unique insight...