How to help end the pet Overpopulation 

 

 

  • There are too many puppies and kittens being born who are unwanted. Sometimes people let their dogs and cats have babies and then can't find homes for all of them. Sometimes homeless animals wandering the streets have babies. Since they do not have a home, there are no people to take care of them.

  • Pets get lost. If they don't have proper identification, like a collar with an ID tag, they can't be returned home.

  • Pets are surrendered, or given up to Humane Societies or Animal Shelters because their guardians can no longer care for them.

  • Not everyone goes to an animal shelter to adopt a pet.

  • Have your pets spayed or neutered. Veterinarians perform a simple operation on cats and dogs to prevent them from having unwanted kittens and puppies.

  • Adopt your next pet from your local Humane Society or Animal Shelter. There are a lot of wonderful dogs, cats and other companion animals just waiting for a loving home.

  • Organize supply drives to help Humane Societies and Animal Shelters care for homeless pets until they can find homes for the animals.

  • License your pets. Make sure they have an identification tag and collar or microchip.

  • Learn about pets before you adopt to make sure you are ready for the responsibility. To help you get started, come visit, again make sure you are ready for a pet. They are a big responsibility. Do you have a fenced yard where a dog can run and play? If not, are you able to walk your dog 4 times a day? Have a Dog Park close by? 

  • We try to adopt inside cats only. Cats wonder off, they are small enough to be picked up by an owl. Grabbed by a coyote, yes even in town. 

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