BANGOR – One of many organizations closed to the public right now is the Bangor Humane Society.
However, pets there are still in need of forever homes.
At this time, visitations can be scheduled over the phone.
They’ve also closed their volunteer program, only allowing essential people in the building.
“We’re looking for food, not specifically for our shelter pets, but as this goes on, I anticipate people are going to have a hard time feeding their pets,” said Suzan Pendergast, executive director of the Bangor Humane Society. “We’d like to be a point they can come and get food and not surrender.”
Pendergast said they’ve had an influx in applications for fostering, receiving nearly 200 this month.
She said if you applied and haven’t heard back, not to worry. They are still reviewing them.