Second Chance Pet Adoptions

Operations Director Lisa Imhof greets “Ingrid” at Second Chance Pet Adoptions in Raleigh, NC on June 26, 2020. Second Chance is the oldest no-kill shelter in Wake County.
Nancy Gibson approaches a stack of laundry at Second Chance Pet Adoptions in Raleigh, NC on June 26, 2020. Second Chance has always had strict sanitation measures in place, but since Covid volunteers and staff resanitize more frequently – and there is lots more laundry.
Lisa Imhof sanitizes a door handle at Second Chance Pet Adoptions in Raleigh, NC on June 26, 2020. Strict cleaning and hand washing protocols are in place for the skeleton staff and the handful of dedicated volunteers who continue to spend hours caring for the animals.
Lisa Imhof places kitten “Jolene” in a cat carrier so that her cage can be cleaned at Second Chance Pet Adoptions in Raleigh, NC on June 26, 2020. Second Chance remains closed to the public during the current crisis, but continues to operate by appointment for adoptions.
Lisa Imhof dispenses medication to “Jolene”, a new kitten in quarantine at Second Chance Pet Adoptions in Raleigh, NC on June 26, 2020. Development and Communications Manager, Rachel Cronmiller (not shown) mentions “We just got hit with a bunch of kittens. – we struggle to turn them away. More often than not, we try to find a cage here somewhere.”

 

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