Rescuing animals from animal shelters is important to me, as is having all pets spayed or neutered to keep from adding to the pet overpopulation problem. While more people venture to adopt from shelters each year, there are still about 2.4 million pets that need to find a home each year.
The Shelter Pet Project is working to raise awareness to this problem and encouraging everyone to turn to their local shelters when looking for a new best friend.
Our goal is to make shelters the first place potential adopters turn when looking to get a new pet, ensuring that all healthy and treatable pets find loving homes. We do this by breaking down misconceptions surrounding shelter pets and communicating that “A person is the best thing to happen to a shelter pet. Be that person. Adopt.”
Please visit The Shelter Pet Project to learn more and look for a new best friend to bring home!
Attention Southern Arizona
Through the end of the month (June 2015), all pets three-months-old and up will have NO adoption fee. All Pima Animal Care Center pets are spayed or neutered, vaccinated and micro-chipped, and they come with a free vet visit, too.
This is not a sponsored post, it’s a cause I believe in and support.