2020 has been a hard year for everyone. And while there may have been an uptick in pet adoptions as some people found themselves working from home with the perfect opportunity to bring in a new family member, others found themselves suddenly out of work and wondering about caring for their entire family, pet and human. While Concern for Animals had to shut their doors just like everyone else, they worked quickly to adjust the way they do things, including expanding their food bank, to make sure they could help everyone care for their pets through the pandemic.
“Our biggest goal is to support the animals in the community,” says Cella Hyde, outreach development and coordinator for Concern for Animals. “We don’t think the financial barriers should lead to an animal starving or an animal going without medical care.”
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