I am thinking about volunteering my time at a shelter while I adjust to my new work schedule and while I have no animals of my own. I think I have a need to care for some animal which is why I want to volunteer. Now I am wondering where my help would best be needed. Are kill shelters that way because they don't have the funds or help (and therefore my help might prolong the death of an adoptable animal)? Or would a no-kill shelter benefit more from my help and would be able to keep more animals in their facilities because of my help? I really want to put time into a place and animals that would benefit the most. Thanks!
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5/3/06 at 5:27pm