As for the shelter, she said the number of volunteers and foster owners has diminished in recent months.
Such support is needed to facilitate the proper care of animals prior to placing them with permanent owners.
Additionally, she asked those with pets to take appropriate steps to reduce animal overpopulation.
“Spaying and neutering is huge,” she said.
Anyone interested in serving as a volunteer or foster caregiver should contact the Humane Society at (940) 445-0144.
Several groups and agencies, including the Palo Pinto County Humane Society, Mineral Wells Animal Shelter, Community Animal Rescue Effort (CARE), and Help Mineral Wells/Palo Pinto County Animals, share photos of numerous animals currently up for adoption via social media.
Anyone interested in finding the perfect pet from any of the above mentioned organizations can visit the corresponding Facebook page for more information.