One Indiana animal rescue is hosting an amazing summer event to help the animals in their care get out of the shelter.

Bring Home Love: Summer Sleepover Event

Warrick Humane Society is hosting a major foster event beginning June 12, 2024 - Bring Home Love: Summer Sleepover Event!

Take a Test-Run at Pet Parenting

From June 12th through June 19th, you can foster an animal from Warrick Humane Society., located on Vann Road in Newburgh. This is a great way to give an animal a break from the shelter and gives you the chance to test-run being a pet owner.

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Fall In Love With Your Foster? Adopt at a Discount!

Approved applicants will be able to take one of the Warrick Humane Society animals home for a week-long slumber party. If you happen to fall in love, and find yourself labeled a "foster failure," or you adopt one of the WHS residents that have been there for more than 60 days, you will receive 50% off your adoption fee.

READ MORE: Fundraising Underway for New Building for WHS

Get Started Fostering for the Summer Sleepover Event

If you're ready to foster an animal from Warrick Humane Society, you need to start by filling out an application. You can find it on the Warrick Humane Society website, here. Once you are approved, you can pick out your new PJ Party companion.

All of the animals are available for foster on a first-come, first-served basis, so get your foster application filled out quick!

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More About Warrick Humane Society

Located in Newburgh, Indiana, Warrick Humane Society has been saving the lives of animals in the community for 40 years. What started in 1983 with just a few good-hearted people who opened their homes, has grown over the years to provide a no-kill shelter in Warrick County. They opened their doors on their facility in 1997.

Since WHS opened their building in 1997 and began actively working with Animal Control agencies and other rescue organizations, WHS has saved thousands of animals and placed them in loving homes... WHS does not receive any funding from taxes or any national organizations. WHS is funded entirely by individual and corporate donations, bequests, grants and fundraising events. Because all animals adopted by WHS are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, treated for parasites and microchipped as well as receiving any other special care they may need, finding enough funding is always a challenge.

To learn more about the Bring Home Love: Summer Sleepover Event, visit them on Facebook.

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Being a pet owner is a big responsibility and a lifelong commitment. Unfortunately, accidents happen, and you need to be able to properly care for your pet in an emergency. Keep reading to learn some ways you can be prepared. Of course, don't forget to contact your veterinarian too.

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