We need something to counteract the devastation of the news. As a result, we have compiled a new list of adorable animal adoption photos, which will not only restore everyone’s faith in humanity but will also make us forget that the nights are getting longer and longer. I’ve done it again, haven’t I?
In any case, people are continuing to visit animal shelters in search of new family members and adopting abandoned animals in desperate need of love this month. Every soul deserves a second chance at life, from three-legged dogs to one-eyed kittens, and it’s heartwarming to see that they’re getting it.
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Check out our next part: Part 12
Human rights protests have spread across the United States and around the world, as you are probably aware. Many pet owners want to do their part and voice their opinions, but while some animals are more accustomed to staying at home for longer periods of time, others, particularly dogs, are unable to do so. As a result, their humans accompany them to the protests. While doggos make excellent companions for demanding justice, there are a few key considerations to keep in mind when doing so.
Kelly DiCicco, Manager, Adoptions Promotions at the ASPCA Adoption Center said that "All dogs are individuals with their own personalities and dispositions." "It's important to consider your dog's comfort level with new experiences in the past when taking them anywhere where there will be different sights and sounds, as well as crowds."
"Large gatherings or events can be confusing or upsetting to pets, who may be scared or disoriented by loud noises," DiCicco cautioned. "You might want to leave your pet at home, where you can make sure they're safe and comfortable." If you're going outside with your dog, make sure they're leashed, that they have plenty of fresh water, and that they don't spend too much time on the hot asphalt. Because your dog is so close to the ground, his body can quickly heat up, causing his sensitive paw pads to burn."
It is, however, unquestionably the right thing to do, regardless of what animal you are adopting. Every year, approximately 6.5 million companion animals are surrendered to animal shelters across the United States. There are approximately 3.3 million dogs and 3.2 million cats among them. Fortunately, according to ASPCA estimates, the number of dogs and cats entering shelters in the United States each year has decreased from around 7.2 million in 2011.
You can find general adoption tips or a local shelter in your area at ASPCA if you want to help free up valuable shelter space and resources for other animals in need.