CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- The Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association is in desperate need of help.
It became a no-kill shelter last September. But its life-saving goal is at risk if the shelter cannot reduce its population by about 35 dogs.
Currently, the shelter has 170 dogs in house with only about 150 kennels. They also have more dogs who need to move from isolation to the adoption floor.
"The only way we can be a life-saving shelter is if our community supports it and if our community is a life-saving community," KCHA Executive Director Chelsea Stanley said. "So we need fosters and adopters terribly today and tomorrow."
To give one of the pets a forever home, you can visit the shelter along Greenbrier Street.