LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Up to 60 dogs living at the Lawrence Humane Society need temporary homes.
The humane society says it will provide free pet food supplies and veterinary care for the dogs during February while its kennels are being repaired. Those who volunteer to keep the dogs temporarily will also receive foster care orientation.
The Kansas Department of Agriculture requires foster animal keepers to register and pay a $10 license fee.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports the humane society will take in only stray dogs during February to help manage the shelter population while the kennels are repaired.