It is sad to think that there are more stray pets recorded than homeless people. Don’t get me wrong, everyone deserves a place they can call their home, but pets are meant to be with their owners, just like humans belong to their families. Based on articles found in the web, there are more start pets than people, outnumbering homeless humans by 5 is to one – it means the statistics for 5 homeless pet is equal to one homeless human.
I’ve learned more shocking statistics while searching the internet.
Only one in every ten dogs born will get the chance to find a home.
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About 6.5 million pets enter shelter – 3.3 million dogs and 3.2 million cats.
One of the main reasons why pets are in shelters are either because their pets abandoned them, they ran away and lost their way home or they are found by animal control.
It’s sad to think there are irresponsible owners that do not care enough for their dogs. We are supposed to be their companions, much like how they are our best friend. Why do dogs keep on being left alone in the streets when all they have to offer is love, care, and affection?
I recently came across a fresh story posted online. It was about a rescue made by Hope For Paws – a non-profit organization. Their mission is to rescue animals from shelters and in the streets who needed their help, foster them until they get better and find a forever home that will love and cherish them. Their goal? To spread awareness and educate people that pets are meant to be our companions, and to stop the horrible cycle that is pet abuse, neglect, and abandonment.
The video at the end of this review will show you of a gentle giant abandoned by his owners.
A Black Newfoundland dog was found living in the streets by the people living in a community. They reportedly saw two dogs, but they were unable to see the other stray dog for a few days now.
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