The clinic director, Rich Glessner, is the former director of A.D.O.P.T. He asked me if I'd be willing to help them out with their website as well as their Facebook and Twitter accounts. I was glad to help.
FVAWL also wants to provide humane education to the community, teaching people the value of spay/neuter, prevention of animal cruelty as well as how to have a rewarding and loving relationship with their pets.
Rich put together this wonderful video to promote the opening of the new clinic:
- For shelters and rescues
- For low income families
- For the general public
They are also going to be opening up a food pantry for pets later this year to help those struggling to afford food for their animals. Soon they plan on restarting their foster program and eventually, they want to open up a shelter.
It's a very ambitious set of goals and I'm very happy to be able to assist in achieving them. I encourage you to check out their website and to start following them on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.