CATOOSA COUNTY, GA, (WDEF)-This is Aeriel she has no home to go to and Catoosa Citizens for Animal Care
are scraping funds together to keep her and others alive week in week out.
Nancy Frye, CCAC Treasurer,"We are a 5013c, we are tax deductible, we will take anything, we operate solely on grants and donations, no one is on the payroll".
The Georgia Charity is being pushed further and further to their breaking point as animals are left at their doorstep with donations drying up.
Dave Mayo, Dog Fosterer, "Help us out, adopt a stray dog, save an innocent little pet's life"
With the rent having just risen for a storage facility the group was using they now find themselves at a cross roads.
Staci Schwager, CCAC Coordinator, "We have to have a storage facility to store all the supplies and things like that, that we need for adoption events"
Nancy Fyre has a simple message for Catoosa County pet owners.
"If you have a cat or dog, please, please get it spayed or neutered immediately, that will cut down on all the unwanted animals in the county"CCAC
said they are also looking for volunteers as their current team is already stretched moving into the summer months.