FoSCA is more than just a shelter. It is more than just a spay/neuter program. FoSCA is a bunch of people getting together trying to help pets all around our community and beyond. There is the shelter, the small white building that houses homeless dogs and cats, as well as our Spokes-cat Beau. There are the foster homes, where families take in a shelter animal so it can have the love and care it needs before finding its fur-ever home. There is the transport program, a group of volunteers taking animals to be transported to areas where there are less homeless pets and more homes for them. There is the spay/neuter program, where volunteers take up money to offer low-cost sterilization to the community. There is the adoption program, where people take the animals far and wide to find them homes.
FoSCA is bigger than the shelter. It represents the idea that one day, there will be no more homeless animals wandering the streets, cold and alone. There will only be fat, happy pets in loving homes.
It is the mission of the Friends of Screven County Animals (FOSCA) to provide no-kill solutions to reduce the number of homeless cats and dogs through education, rehabilitation and re-homing.