UPDATED: SPCA no longer needs fosters, thanks ‘kind souls’ who helped

Photo courtesy Outer Banks SPCA

The Outer Banks SPCA says thanks “to all of the kind souls that have taken in foster furbabies or offered their homes for the impending arrival of Hurricane Dorian,” the organization is no longer in need.

“Our needs have been met and we cannot express our gratitude enough,” the agency said in a Facebook post.

The SPCA is reminding residents they do not have capacity to board animals during Hurricane Dorian.


The SPCA’s shelter facilities on Roanoke Island flood during rain storms, meaning caretakers had to move any animals there to higher ground ahead of Dorian.

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