MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - Since 2009, a Stretch & Tone class has been going on at the Magnolia Springs Community Hall. The class is held Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. What makes the class so unique is the …
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - Since 2009, a Stretch & Tone class has been going on at the Magnolia Springs Community Hall. The class is held Tuesdays and Fridays at 10 a.m. What makes the class so unique is the furry visitors mingling with the participants - kittens, come to visit and potentially find their forever family.
The Stray Love Foundation, a volunteer-run nonprofit, is a foster-based animal rescue group committed to placing stray cats (and dogs) into loving homes. Volunteers provide TNR (trap, neuter, release) services throughout the area, as well as fostering animals until they are adopted.
In an effort to introduce these kittens to community members, foundation volunteers typically bring a few felines to the Stretch & Tone class at the Magnolia Springs Community Hall, where they walk amongst participants and introduce themselves. While the kittens are not always able to attend, more often than not they’ll be there to meet and greet the attendees.
Now there’s another chance to meet a potential future furry family member, during the new Gentle Yoga Class. The new class is designed for beginners and up and will take place on Thursdays at noon at the Magnolia Springs Community Center. The class will be taught by Erin from Vibrations Yoga in Foley.
All that’s asked for is a donation for the Stray Love Foundation to help with fostering, pet food, medical bills and more. The class instructor, Erin, and Gayle Guthrie, director of the Stray Love Foundation, donate their time to the classes. Class attendees are asked to bring their own mat and water.
For more information on the Stray Love Foundation or to view adoptable pets, fill out an adoption form, or to become a volunteer or foster, visit www.straylovefoundation.org.