The pets wait for their fur ever families to find them in clean, comfortable kennels that resemble a showroom. It is never dirty, it smells clean, and the volunteers (& employees?) are clearly dedicated to being sure the pets are compatible with their potential adoptive family (while not being snarky and elitist like certain groups are).
No given people clothes that need them even when they're staying with them be here sine Thursday and it Monday night I needed panites bra shoes coat hat gloves not received but a small thin hat I had to beg for cause of my heart condition pathway willing to help but salvation army states if they help they can't do anything and
They are amazing people. To take care of these animals day in and day out you have to have love for them, and these people do. They go to great lengths to make sure that every animal there has a fair chance at adoption. If you have to give an animal up for adoption then you should definitely contact the GBHS and give your animal a chance. They give the animal plenty of time to find a home. It's better than Euthanization.
First Light really helped my mom in the time of need. From what it seems, she is happy there, the staff is courteous, and confidentiality is a priority. I would reccommend this shelter to anyone who is serious about making a positive change in thier lives.