We are very excited to announce that a new aspect of FACESS is the breeding of Newfoundland dogs and Bengal Kittens. All proceeds that come from the sales of the puppies and kittens with go towards the care and support of the children that we work with. Please visit www.newfpuppies.com for more information about the breeding program.
Having these breeding programs on our campus will not only allow us to receive proceeds from new puppies and kittens, which will financially support the rescued girls, but will also allow the girls to be able to interact with the dogs and cats as well. We believe that giving the girls the opportunity to interact with the dogs and cats will be a huge bonus of this partnership, as it will add one more aspect in our effort to restore the childhood that has been stolen from them.
We have also developed a Canine Science program, which allows the children that FACESS cares for to volunteer to help care for and breed the Newfoundlands. We believe that animal therapy is a very important aspect of helping the girls that we are caring for to regain a sense of their childhood. Many of the girls have taken advantage of the opportunity, and have greatly benefited from the experience.
Very soon after moving on to our campus, one of the Bengal cats had a litter of four kittens. We also believe that two of the Newfoundlands are pregnant, so we should be expecting new puppies within the next few months.
We are very excited about this new program, and are greatly looking forward to the benefits that the girls we have rescued will receive from it.