Nov 06 2015

November is Adopt a Senior Pet Month

Animal shelters across the U.S. are stuffed full of pets, but sadly the senior dogs and cats are the least adopted and the first to be euthanized to make room for more incoming pets. Sadly they are surrendered to shelters for many reasons like owner death or family can’t afford or doesn’t want to care for pet any longer, to name just a few.

Good news is these pets can be the best pets for many reasons like housebroken, good etiquette, they are more settled down, don’t chew up your things, and they make great companions for senior citizens.

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