A Quad Cities animal shelter is hoping to provide a home for dogs affected by Hurricane Harvey, but they need your help with the dogs they currently have.
King’s Harvest Pet Rescue says it can only hold 15 dogs at its Davenport facility.
The staff said people have reached out to them to see about taking in additional animals.
They can make that happen if people are willing to foster the dogs currently at the shelter.
The shelter will provide people with all the supplies needed to care for the dogs.
“Not only are all these families displaced from their homes but all these pets. We don’t want to see them have anything bad happen to them. a lot of shelters down there are high-kill shelters. We are a no-kill shelter. We want to be able to find them good homes and save as many as we possibly can.”
If you’d like to help, just stop by the shelter. It’s near the intersection of West Central Park and North Lincoln avenues in Davenport.
They’re open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., but closed on Thursdays and Sundays.