Caring for animals is nothing new in the Ryan household. In 2017, Logan and Ashley, who is a professional dog trainer, founded the Ryan Animal Rescue Foundation "which partners with animal welfare organizations around the world promoting adoption and offering grants and educational opportunities to better the lives of animals," according to the Friends of Strays Animal Shelter.
"Logan and Ashley have used their platform to do some amazing work for the animal welfare world and we are thrilled to have them volunteering their time as foster parents for Friends of Strays," Friends of Strays CEO, Dara Eckart, said in a statement. "Jack, Puff, Lucky, and Pebble were understandably nervous and timid when they first entered into our care, but the entire Ryan family has done an incredible job caring for them, socializing them, and building their confidence so they can transition seamlessly into their forever homes. Friends of Strays is very grateful to have them on our team."
While these four kittens are currently not available for adoption, Friends of Strays has plenty of animals looking for homes right now.
For the month of August, the shelter is waiving cat and kitten adoption fees for all essential workers as a part of their Felines for Frontliners campaign.
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