Event to Find Homes for Abandoned Pets in No-Kill Animal Shelter
In an effort to provide homes for abandoned pets, a no-kill animal shelter located in Gilbert, Arizona decided to launch an event that focused on animal adoption.
It is a sad fact that as the housing crisis crew worse, the number of abandoned pets also increased. In Gilbert, Arizona, a no-kill animal shelter is currently trying to cope with the soaring number of homeless animals as well as returned pets. As one of their adoption policies, Friends for Life requires the return of the adopted pet if the owner is no longer able to care for them.
The problem with the growing population of animals in the shelter is made even more challenging with the fewer monetary donations that the shelter is receiving. In order to find a home for these unfortunate animals, the organization decided to hold an event last weekend that will promote animal adoption.
According to the shelter organization’s spokesperson, the spike in the number of older animals that are being returned has prompted them to launch such an event. Although it is hard to find homes for these older animals, it was hoped that the many incentives would attract more people. These incentives include lower adoption fees, free neutering and spaying as well as free microchip.
By Cassiano Travareli
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