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Pet Adoptions

Bringing a pet into your home should never be a ‘spur of the moment’ decision. But, if after careful consideration, you decide that your family is ready to experience the joy that only a pet can bring,  adopting from a shelter or rescue group is a rewarding option.

Over the last decade, the number of people adopting pets from animal shelters has doubled – a sure sign that the warm and fuzzy feel-good factor that comes with saving an abandoned pet is gaining real appeal.

But, before you go out and adopt a pet, there are some important considerations you need to make.

  • If you travel a lot and work long hours away from home, it’s probably not the right time for you to adopt.

  • If you have a busy daily schedule, then perhaps an adult cat would be a more suited companion for you.

  • If you’re planning a major lifestyle change, such as a marriage, moving, or a new baby, put your pet adoption plans on hold until things settle down in your life.

  • Are you prepared to pay for everything your pet needs for the next 10 to 15 years? Food, pet supplies, grooming, and veterinary bills – it can easily add up to thousands of dollars over the lifetime of the pet.

Pet Adoption Websites to Visit

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