GEORGETOWN, Del. - Misty of the Brandywine Valley SPCA stopped by WRDE at just two months old. She had lots of love and energy to share with the team.
"She's super playful, she wants to get down and say hi to everyone and explore and play," says Community Engagement Coordinator Yasmine Franqui. "She's also a bit of a cuddle bug when she needs to be."
Franqui says Misty came to BVSPCA through its Second Chance Program with a shelter in Louisiana.
"We take in a portion of their animals every other week, so we can put up for adoption, so we can give back to those shelters," Franqui says. "We continue to help those animals in that area."
Over the weekend BVSPCA rushed within 24 hours to make it down to Kentucky to clear out the Kentucky Humane Society shelter and help 75 animals in areas impacted by the recent devastating tornadoes.
All of our animals, when they first came they were sent over to our Animal Rescue Center and they're currently at our shelters," Franqui says. I'd prepare for an animal that just needs a little bit more love. They're probably very scared. Everything is new to them up here, different weather, different environment, but just give them a little bit more love to let them know that they are safe now."
BVSPCA pets like Misty come spayed or neutered, heart-worm tested and up to date on vaccinations.
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