Like me, you may care a lot about homeless animals, but not really have the resources or the space to give one of them a home. That’s perfectly alright. You can do other things to help, like…
Working with animal shelters all across the State of Virginia, we rescue animals abandoned by their owners.
One of the most important decisions to make after adopting a cat or a dog is to have them spay neutered
If you need assistance in the process of adopting pets, you can find information here that could help you.
Why I Strongly Advocate Adoption
Every year, 2.7 million dogs and cats are euthanized, simply because too many animals come into shelters and there are not enough people taking them in. So where do many pet owners bring home their kittens, puppies, and rabbits from?
As you can also see, I’m strongly against buying animals and breeding them irresponsibly, when there are so many homeless animals being abandoned by people who can’t take care of them.
From The FLAGPets Blog
Don’t have money to spare for shelters? Don’t trust that the shelters will put the money to good use? I can tell you at least five other ways in which you can help animals in a shelter if…
How You Can Save the Life of an Adorable, Loving Homeless Animal. Every time I see the animals on SPCA commercials with their sad eyes, my heart aches. How could anyone ever…
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