Many of our All Star family members, clients, providers, and people in our community are the proud pet owners of shelter/rescue pets. In honor of National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day and during a time when many of us are working from or staying at home, we hope you will find the following information helpful if you are thinking about adopting or fostering a shelter pet.
In addition to minimizing feelings of loneliness and isolation, caring for an animal in need of love and a good home is incredibly rewarding, can reduce stress, and is good for your heart. Additionally, if you have been considering adoption, fostering – or taking in a cat or dog (or bird, rabbit, etc.) to nurture until they can be placed in a permanent home – could help you gauge whether a “forever” pet is something you can manage once you return to the workplace.
THREE BENEFITS OF ADOPTING A SHELTER PET
THREE BENEFITS OF FOSTERING A SHELTER PET
If you are interested in fostering or adopting an animal, search here for Best Friends’ network partners near you, or contact local shelters and rescue pet programs in your area.
National Adopt A Shelter Pet Day is observed each year on April 30 to raise awareness for the millions of animals in shelters across the country awaiting their forever homes.
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