Adopting Your Next Pet Not Only Means You’ll Be Saving A Life You’ll Also Be Breaking The Puppy Mill’s Ability To Make Money.
Animal Shelters and Rescues Fast Facts
- 25 percent of pets in shelters are purebreds. Breed-specific rescue groups always have purebred dogs and puppies looking for new homes.
- Most pets end up homeless through no fault of their own—”moving” and “landlord issues” are the top reasons people give for relinquishing their pets, meaning shelters and rescue groups are full of wonderful, family-ready pets.
- Pets adopted from shelters and rescue groups typically cost less than pets purchased or even acquired for free—once you add in the cost of vaccinations, spay/neuter surgery, microchip, dewormer and other “extras” included in your adoption fee, you’ll probably be surprised what a bargain an adopted pet really is!
- Shelters and rescue groups can provide advice on making your relationship with your pet the best it can be for the rest of their life, so you’ll never have to go it alone.
10 Reasons Why You Should Visit An Animal Shelter To Find Your New BFF
1. You'll find your perfect BFFYou'll be able to choose the perfect pet for you and what you like to do. No matter if you are a couch potato or an Olympic athlete a shelter will have your BFF just waiting to take her or him home and start your lifelong BFF relationship enjoying the same exact things. What more could you ask for in a BFF?
2. Breaking the puppy mill cycle If no one buys pet shop and online animals these places are going out of business. It's all about the $ and without the pet shop $ they have no reason to go on. How much better can this day get? You saved a life, you found your BFF and you helped in ending this disgusting business.
3. You'll be a SuperheroForget the Avengers, Superman and Batman you'll be a real hero. You'll swoop in at the last minute and save the animal's life from death. What Superhero is better than you? Wildlife Planet Pet Adoption 4. You'll help EVERY sheltered animal.
4. You'll help EVERY sheltered animal.The moment you'll get home everyone in your neighborhood will want to come and see their new neighbor. They will, of course, fall in love with him or her and they will start thinking if they can find their own BFF. Picture
5. Your adoption fee goes a long wayShelters do charge a small adoption fee amount but think of it more as a donation rather than a fee. That donation goes to pay for the shelter bills, feeding and caring for the animals and also advertisements to find homes for all the other animals that are still there. So your money isn't lining the pockets of someone, they are giving each animal another day to find their BFF Wildlife Planet Pet Adoption
6. You can become a YouTube sensationThat's right now that you're BFF's you'll want to show the world and who knows you two can go viral at any moment and be the darlings of the internet. But, even if you don't become famous you'll still have lots and lots of cherished videos and made memories that can never be forgotten.
7. You'll give an older animal a new startOlder animals are usually the last to be taken home, but they can be the best ones to choose from. All animals know how their life has been and an older dog being kept in a small space that now has a home, and an incredible BFF who just happens to be a superhero will appreciate your love even more and he will reciprocate in kind.
8. You're even more than a superhero than you think Not only are you saving your BFF's life you started a chain reaction that will have a lasting effect. When you drive away from the shelter with your new pal, you opened a spot for another animal that is looking for a forever home. So you didn't just save one life... you saved two.
9. You're spreading the newsYup! there is no better advertisement than word of mouth and when everyone see's your BFF and it's tail is wagging like there is no tomorrow and it's doing his happy dance everyone will fall in love with your BFF and of course they will want to know where you got him/her and they will ask a million questions.
10. Adopting a pet is easy as pie.People have a lot of questions about the process and some may be too shy or think their questions are dumb so they won't even call a shelter. But, there is nothing to worry about. Shelters will gladly answer all your questions because if you took the time to call they know you are serious and there is a great chance that one of their animals may wind up in a great home.