Stop the Killing: Support No Kill Animal Shelters
– Nationally, roughly four million animals are killed in shelters every year. Of these, roughly 95% of all shelter animals are healthy and treatable. (No Kill Advocacy Center). No animal should have to ever be a part of these awful statistics. What will it take to help save these innocent animals from being killed senselessly. Animal kill shelters are horrible, inhumane, and overall completely unnecessary for multiple reasons: No Kill shelters improve adoption rates, all animals lives are valuable, and No Kill shelters save more money than other shelters….
Taking Care of Animals: Kill Versus No-Kill Shelter
– … A no-kill shelter probably started as a wonderful idea, but was soon turned into a very bad thing. The idea of a no-kill shelter is that any animals that is well-tempered enough or healthy enough to be adopted out, would be. The negative aspect of no-kill shelters is that once they run out of room to place the animals, a few things start happening. When shelters are filled to capacity, they are forced to turn away animals in need. These animals that are turned away are left on the streets or in the hand or irresponsible owners who cannot properly take care of these animals….
No-Kill Shelters Rehabilitation for Animals
– … This dog didn’t have the opportunity to be fix into a good animal and be ready to be adopted. They are different ways to prevent an animal becoming dangerous but also to rehabilitate treatable animals.The No-Kill Rescue Shelters have programs to help out the animals such as foster homes. Most No-Kill Shelters have different programs to help out animals, because every shelter is run differently. When I go to Bunny Bunch, they have foster homes and a program called “ Angel Fund”. By donating to Angel Fund, the shelter will provide the bunnies that are sick, injured or that are in bad conditions, to get better, by taking them to the vet for medications….
Animal Shelter Dogs
– There is a Pedigree dog commercial I see on TV which catches my eye and my heart. It tells us to not pity a shelter animal. When I decided to become a Veterinary Technician, I expected to work in a vet office, but have changed my mind. I began volunteering for the Denver Dumb Friends League, at the Buddy Center in Castle Rock, about a year ago. A shelter is not always the easiest place to work, but I feel it is where I’m most able to make a difference. There is plenty of heartache, but I seem to have a knack for calming and comforting the frightened animals, and that makes me feel good….
Animal Shelter Reflection
– There is a Pedigree dog commercial I see on television which catches my eye and my heart. It tells us to not pity a shelter animal. When I decided to become a Veterinary Technician, I anticipated working in a vet office. Unpredictably, I changed my mind. Approximately a year ago, I began volunteering for the Denver Dumb Friends League at the Buddy Center in Castle Rock. A shelter is not always the easiest place to work. Nevertheless, I feel it is where I feel most able to make a difference. There is plenty of heartache, but I seem to have a knack for calming and comforting the frightened animals, and that makes me feel good….