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Month: September 2018

Sep 05

Why adopt a pet?

As a proud pet owner myself, I can say that adopting a pet is one of the most rewarding things I have done, and adoption should be the first thing considered by any prospective pet owner. While the adoption process isn’t easy, the emotional benefits for both you and your furry friend are wonderful.  […]

Sep 04

What makes a good animal shelter?

Animal shelters are loving places that all take care of the animals that come through their doors, however, some are simply better equipped to do so than their counterparts. When I looked for a place to adopt my dog Lucky, I found that the shelter I had to use was one that met certain characteristics […]

Sep 03

Saving the World One Furry Face at a Time

Animal activism has changed drastically in recent times. Less often are headlines made about PETA events involving red paint and fur coats lately, and more often animal rescue stories end in pets and people finding solace and comfort in each other.                Volunteers Save Lives Daily at Animal Rescue Centers Most animal rescue stories […]

Sep 02

Volunteering at an Animal Shelter Pays in Love

There are nearly 3.7 million animals euthanized in the United States each year. This is mostly a result of abandonment, abuse, and illness of the formerly beloved pets in American households. This tragic number will probably never reach zero but is falling. Walk and Talk with Animals For some people, there is no greater joy […]

Sep 01

Rescue Pets Rescuing Humans In Return

Animal activism has become a part of our daily lives in recent decades. Infamously, some animal rights activists focus their attention and energies in public awareness campaigns that sometimes lead the everyday volunteers to search for less aggressive forms of activism like rescue programs. Pets and Vets are Natural Partners As social media infiltrates every […]