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- Until the pet overpopulation crisis has been resolved, adopting from a shelter is the humane, ethical choice for millions of Americans!
- When you adopt from a shelter, you become part of the solution to the overpopulation crisis. You give a deserving animal a new home. You free up space for another animal needing a home. And your adoption fee goes toward the shelter’s education and spay/neuter programs, which help prevent more unwanted litters.
- For a reasonable adoption fee, you can adopt an animal that would cost several hundred dollars elsewhere once you include shots, microchip and spay/neuter surgery.
- Shelters have all shapes and sizes of lovable mutts, purebreds, all-American cats, puppies and kittens, adolescents and seniors. Your chances of finding a wonderful companion who matches your lifestyle, family, and home are excellent!
- Dogs, cats and “pocket pets” end up in shelters because of circumstances beyond their control. They’re victims of a death, illness, divorce, or another life-changing event like a new baby.
- In addition, shelters offer educational literature on all aspects of pet ownership, and they often provide ongoing advice, guidance and training suggestions.