Too often animals arrive in overcrowded shelters because their families are facing foreclosure, domestic violence, a medical crisis, natural disaster, military service or some other temporary crisis and cannot take care of their pets in that moment. They are desperate to avoid permanently surrendering their pets, but they need temporary care for them while they work through their crisis. Seer Farms provides that care for their animals until they can resume self-sufficiency.
Our service decreases euthanasia in traditional shelters in two ways. First, we provide loving families experiencing difficult times with the opportunity to reunite with their animals once their crisis has been resolved. To date, we have reunited more than 800 animals with their families in this manner. Moreover, we keep the animals of families in crisis out of traditional shelters, allowing the space in shelters to be used to adopt out other animals in need of loving homes.