Project “ADOPT A PET”?

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Question by Celeste S: Project “ADOPT A PET”?
HI I need help
Im doing a project for school “Adopt a Pet”
but I dont know what information I have to add to my projects. It will be 15 minutes long I have pictures and everything
but I need more info like how dogs and cats get to the shelters what do they do there or what do people need to adopt a pet things like that.
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thanks

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Answer by Emocide Organ
http://www.theshelterpetproject.org/

According to The Humane Society of the United States and Maddie’s Fund, of the eight million pets that enter animal shelters and rescue groups every year, approximately three million of these healthy and treatable pets are euthanized (put to death humanely) due to a lack of adoption. While there has been steady progress on the issue (in the 1970s approximately 24 million pets were euthanized), putting animals (who are our best friends/family members) “to sleep” is a national tragedy. Adopting a pet is a life-changing + enriching experience. When adopting a pet, people are obtaining companions that give them unconditional love, affection, and attention. Adopting a pet from a shelter not only saves an animal’s life, but is also good for our own well-being as research shows that owning a pet has many positive psychological and physical health benefits. The animals rescued from shelters know you’ve saved their lives, and they typically treat their rescuers with lifelong loyalty and affection.

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2 comments on “Project “ADOPT A PET”?

  1. ♥Juliette♥May♥

    go to the adoption center and ask the owner and manager and the employees i did the same

  2. What a great idea!

    Try going into your local animal shelter. They will be able to give you a ton of information, and sometimes even a tour.

    You can also ask what procedures they use to care for the animals every day. The shelter I worked at had a system of feeding and cleaning cats and dogs first, then small animals. Some shelters also have very specific adoption guidelines – go to a local shelter or look up one (google search) that you can phone and ask some questions. Good luck!

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