Overcrowded, inhumane conditions at animal shelters that are so bad shelter dogs go for weeks without walks and some have been unable to leave their cramped cages for weeks–and even months.
Thousands of beagles that were bred to be sold to laboratories have been rescued and are about to hit shelters around the U.S. These dogs need new adoptive homes. Read on to find out how to adopt one of these dogs.
Adopting a shelter animal in some areas of the U.S. today can entail a rigorous adoption process that includes intrusive, seemingly random and frequently impossible to achieve set of hurdles in which few people are deemed worthy enough to adopt.
Thankfully, the virus lock-down has not meant that animals needing homes are blocked from being placed with new loving families.
Every Sunday the church welcomes not only its parishioners but stray dogs, too. Father João Paulo Araujo Gomes is at the helm of this heartwarming act; he invites pups from off the streets to be part of weekend Mass in hopes that attendees will want to take them home.
Delaware has become the first no-kill animal shelter state in the U.S., saving 90% or more of the homeless pets that enter the system.
In order to feature shelter animals in the favorable light they need and deserve, Adobe Lightroom sponsored the Picture Me Adopted! campaign in which professional photographers caught the best sides of these adorable potential companions.
Artist creates a public education campaign to create awareness about abandoned pets.
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