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HSAR temporarily suspends adoptions due to coronavirus

High Sierra Animal Rescue announced a major change due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Abigail Birnbryer, director of Marketing and Fundraising at High Sierra said, “We are very sad to announce that after much deliberation we have decided that it is in the best interest of our staff members and community to temporarily close our front office and suspend adoptions.”

High Sierra Animal Rescue will resume adoptions as soon as it has been deemed safe to do so. Interested parties may still submit adoption applications and they will be kept on file for up to a year.

The dogs currently at the facility in Portola will continue to be cared for and loved, and according to Birnbryer, they will even benefit from the one-on-one time with the techs at the rescue.

“We sincerely hope that our supporters and their families will remain healthy and well throughout these uncertain and worrying times,” Birnbryer said. “We cannot wait to open our doors again to our supporters, adopters, volunteers, and boarders. We will keep you up to date and informed as best we can. Much love and many thanks to all from High Sierra Animal Rescue.”

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