If you're following guidelines to stay at home and need some companionship, Pima Animal Care Center (PACC) is asking you to foster a pet. Last April, PACC took in 1,600 pets, so the shelter is preparing now for the kitten and puppy season ahead.
People can visit the PACC foster page to find out how to help and apply to be a foster. The shelter will review the information and will call once it finds a pet that would make a good match. Potential fosters can complete the counseling online. Then the shelter will schedule a curbside pick-up of the foster pet. If you want a pet to keep, you can always adopt, too.