Give an animal hope and a home
The most amazing animals are sitting in shelters just waiting to hear the words “come on little buddy we are going home”! Some people have the misconception that something is wrong with these animals. Stop by your local shelter, visit with these animals, you will soon find most of them were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. Most had owners that had a change in their life, or a change of mind about owning that animal, at no fault of the animal. These are the most loving creatures, looking for a kind heart and a gentle hand that they can give all of their love to. There is nothing more heart warming, genuine, or pure than the feeling of love from a grateful so you just saved.
Sure, they look sad, confuse, or lethargic in that cold little cage and you think, I need a pet with a little “life” in them. A bit happier or more friendly. But what you don’t see is the unconditional love they will give. Meet them, take them outside to play, show them a little love… And you will see an entirely different animal! I promise you. You would be skeptical or sad too if you were simply abandoned your whole life. Give them a chance.
When you adopt a pet, the spay/neuter is already done, first vaccinations are done, both of which can save you some of the upfront cost. And screenings for illness such as heart worms or distemper for example, are done to. So all you have to do is take them in for an evaluation once you adopt-easy! If you have ever purchased a puppy, and had to pay for all the new vaccines, do you know how expensive this is! (And not to mention, if they get sick-it can be in the thousands). Most adult dogs, or at least over a year, our past that stage. Depending on the dog, you may also save on housebreaking and training expenses to as many are already housebroken.
Adopting saves animals
Puppy mills are evil, and most of the dogs that come from there are in 100% deplorable conditions that we wouldn’t place our worst enemy in! Dirty, unkept, often times riddled with illness or infestation.
Why should you adopt
Every single year, 2.7 million adoptable dogs and cats are euthanized in the US. Too many pets end up in shelters, come from unfortunate conditions, or abuse or neglect; and few people consider adoption when looking for a new family member.
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