The Canadian Humane Society says it’s helping owners of stray animals get them back to a safe place.
The society says it was notified Monday that a couple in Quebec had found a dog in the bush near their home and the owner wanted to make sure it was OK to adopt.
“We know that some animals are still in a precarious situation and it is not always easy to provide for them, but the shelter is here to provide the support and help, especially for animals in need,” says Charly Beaudoin, executive director of the society’s Montreal office.
The shelter is located in an old brick building on a cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Quebec City, and has housed more than 50 cats and dogs since the organization started.
The first dog was adopted in January, and the second was adopted March 2.
The Humane Society is offering financial assistance to help those who need help with the process of getting their animals back to their homes.
If you need assistance with the adoption process, call the shelter at 1-877-387-2537.