Through the highs and the lows, GHHS never quit. Our dedicated staff, volunteers, fosters, adopters, and Board of Directors adjusted to the new normal. We were never satisfied by all the reasons we could not do something; rather, we found ways we could. Instead of closing our King’s Community Kitchen pet food bank, we adapted it into a drive-through so that pet owners affected by the pandemic didn’t have to make the heartbreaking choice between feeding their pets and feeding their children. Instead of limiting the number of animals we took in, we took in more animals than ever before! We completed virtual adoptions, put out a plea for foster homes which allowed us to clear the shelter TWICE, and transported animals to Erie, Pennsylvania; Hagerstown, Maryland; Ft. Dodge, Iowa; Phillipsburg, New Jersey; and Washington, Pennsylvania.