Abandoned Rabbits and Other Pets Getting Help From Local Society
Pets that have been affected by foreclosures in South Euclid, Ohio, including abandoned rabbits, cats and dogs, are getting some help from the South Euclid Humane Society. The organization is stepping up efforts to find permanent homes for these homeless domestic animals.
The South Euclid Humane Society in South Euclid, Ohio has reported that an increased number of pets have been affected by foreclosures in the area, including abandoned rabbits, cats, dogs and other domestic animals. According to the Society, a big number of foreclosed homeowners are leaving their pets behind as they were forced to leave their homes.
Operators of local shelters for animals have revealed that the condition of pets in the past two years has gotten worse. They stated that financial troubles have led to most homeowners doing a cruel thing like leaving their pets behind without any provision for their care. In response to the growing problem of abandoned foreclosure pets, the South Euclid Humane Society has stepped up its efforts of finding permanent homes and owners for the abandoned animals.