Sometimes great things come from the most unexpected places. When I ran an ad for WV sessions before ending our seven month stay, I didn’t expect to be contacted by a charity. I love volunteering my time for animals who need a voice, and especially longtime residents, so when Kathy Gerencer president of the New River Humane Society in Fayetteville, WV reached out to me to help some of their dogs in need I was more than happy to help, and so glad that we were able to make it out before our move. I’d never been to the Fayette County shelter, and if you haven’t been either, it’s worth the drive out to visit some amazing animals! It’s near the county park, and I’m certain here in a few weeks when everything starts to bloom it’ll be a stunning drive! Of course it’s not about the scenery or drive, or even the extremely friendly and helpful staff, or how the facility is orderly and clean, it’s about the animals. Although it’s not the worst place to be, I’m sure the animals there would absolutely love a comfy, warm place to call their forever home! Your next fur baby might be pictured here, or on NRHS Petfinder page. And even if you’re not in a position to adopt at this time, please share! Like I started, sometimes great things come from unexpected places, and our little man George is the perfect example of that! He wasn’t at a shelter, but he appeared out of nowhere into our lives. We gave him a chance, and he is exactly what we needed!
At the time of writing this, I cannot find my paper with breeds, ages, and how long everyone has been at the shelter. Please feel free to contact them with any questions. The first image of each dog links to their profile, and a link to The New River Humane Society Facebook will also be a the bottom of the page :) And I apologize to Morgan, who took the time to write it all down for me, only for me to misplace it.