Getting dogs in from the high-kill shelter we pull from has been challenging because of Spay/Neuter not being essential and the shelter not being allowed to transport dogs. Despite that, in April we did 78 adoptions which is pretty remarkable. But it's so exhausting because the number of applications is insane. We are in WI but we have people driving in from all over the state, IL, MN, and MI to find dogs. Let's just say that not all people handle disappointment with grace. Our rescue shelter has always been funded primarily by our grooming, daycare, and boarding along with donations and events. We do not have deep-pocket donors and losing the income from all of our events and having no revenue from our other services has been challenging to the point that there is a huge possibility that we will close our doors unless people begin to work and travel and we get dogs in.