According to the Spokane Humane Society, welcoming a New Year offers a wonderful opportunity to make a difference in the lives of shelter animals. Because of that, the humane society is asking people who have considered volunteering to make the shelter part of their New Year's resolutions.
“Volunteering at our shelter is a great way to help animals” said Dave Richardson, Executive Director, “Whether you walk dogs, cuddle kittens, file papers, fund raise, clean or play with the cats, you can make a huge difference in the lives of our animals.”
The Spokane Humane Society said by giving their time, volunteers can help care for the shelter's animal until they can find good homes, which will allow for more animals to be helped throughout the year.
By volunteering, you can help us care for our animals until they can find good homes and allow us to care for even more animals in 2015. “Clearly, volunteers make a huge difference in the success of our shelter,” Richardson said.