Update on Henderson County Chapter

Because you have generously supported the animals of Brother Wolf’s Henderson County chapter, we wanted to let you know that the life-saving work being done in Henderson County will soon be transitioning to our Asheville location. This change means that there will no longer be a Henderson County chapter of Brother Wolf — but rest assured, our work in Henderson County will not slow down.

It is always our goal to best use our resources to care for animals within the communities we serve. For the past 15 months, our Asheville location has been providing all of the medical and behavioral support so desperately needed by the animals taken in through our Henderson County chapter. With the support of foster homes throughout Henderson County and beyond, we’ve been able to save so many lives. 

This success has shown us that we can continue to be a strong resource for the Henderson County area through our Asheville location. With medical care, intake, behavioral support, and pet retention programs based from our Asheville location, we’re able to concentrate our resources and therefore have a greater positive impact for the animals.

We have a plan in place that will allow us to continue to rescue the same number of animals (or more!) from Henderson County during this transition and beyond. We won’t give up on the animals in Henderson County, and our staff will continue to work with the Henderson County Animal Shelter to help the animals who need us most.

We and the animals deeply appreciate your support of Brother Wolf’s life-saving work in Henderson County! We hope you’ll continue to support the animals who rely on all of us to stand up for them together. Thank you.

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