Pet Adoptions Essay

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  • The Problem Of Pet Adoptions

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    potential pet owners require a bit more “tugging” to put things in perspective as a recent advertisement by The Shelter Pet Project suggests. By tugging, I’m referring the to the “heart strings” of the audience. The ad features a somewhat large, orange cat looking into a bathroom mirror. Nothing too peculiar about that image right? Wrong. The text of the ad, ‘Does this fur make me look fat?’ is within a cloud shaped thought bubble followed by the claim ‘There’s nothing wrong with shelter pets.’ Joined

  • Pet Adoption

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    Pet Adoption Many people have different thoughts on adoption. Such as why adoption is a good thing not only for the animal but also the owner, if each dog deserves a second chance, and if there should be kill shelters. Adoption is good for both the animal and the owner, by adopting an animal is gives them a new home that they deserve. Adoption gives the owner a sense of what the animal has gone through, which sometimes helps understand the way the animal may act and can help find ways to train

  • Persuasive Essay On Pet Adoption

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    love and companionship of pets. Inclusively, dogs have been stated as “man’s best friends.” By far, pets have become a bigger role in people’s lives. Consequently, pet ownership has turned out to be more popular through the years. Owning a pet can be one of the most rewarding experiences, but there is a fact that many individuals may not know. From what kind of places are people obtaining their pets? The two most presumed options are narrowed down to either buying at a pet store or adopting from a

  • Persuasive Essay On Pet Adoption

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    Pet Adoption AD’s There are numerous reasons why one should make wise decision before adopting a dog. The first you get to save a life by choosing to adopt. In the United Sates, more than two million dogs are available to be adopted every year. One of the reason there are so many dogs up for adoption is a lot of owners surrender their pets to the animal shelter. There are also benefits to adopting a dog from a shelter, it helps pay for the shelter to save more dogs and to find homes for other dogs

  • Pet Adoption And Depression ( Cherney )

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    Pet Adoption and Depression Approximately 20.9 million adults in the United States are currently coping with depression or a mood or anxiety disorder, and this number is seemingly on the rise (Mental Disorders In America). It is becoming more and more likely for people in the United States to be diagnosed with depression or anxiety. However, this number only accounts for the number of individuals who choose to seek professional help or medical treatment, because many people are not even aware that

  • The Importance Of Volunteering At The Bakersfield Spca

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    I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Bakersfield SPCA. Volunteering here was very rewarding as I was able to provide care for cats and dogs who may never get adopted. My responsibilities consisted of cleaning the cats’ kennels and making them presentable to any potential adopters. This consisted of wiping the outside of the kennels and replacing the cat litter boxes so the cats would have a clean place to use. I also cleaned the inside of the kennels and provided them with water and food. Through

  • Animal Control : Chad And Chad Essay

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    his new parents he has “a phobia of men and a big fear of strangers.” Chad has slowly improved and Chad taught his new parents a lot while giving his love back to them. This is Chad now II. Central Idea- Not only does owning pets like dogs and cats have benefits, but adopting pets from a shelter like Chad and not buying them from breeders has many other benefits. III. Specific Purpose- I know you might not of the time or

  • Persuasive Essay On Save Animals

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    ever dream of for your life. Ever since I was a young child, I’ve always resonated with the idea of helping animals more so than anyone and anything else in this world. My love for animals had begun when I was a mere four years old. I’ve always had pets: dogs, cats, hamsters, guinea pigs, and much more. To find out more about how to help adoptable animals in shelters, I contacted Amanda Smasal, a community outreach coordinator at Wayside Waifs. Wayside Waifs is no-kill shelter located in Kansas City

  • Descriptive Essay On Animal Abuse

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    entire existence. Ever since I was a young child, I’ve always resonated with the everlasting idea of helping animals more so than anyone and anything else in this world. My love for animals had begun when I was a mere two years old. I’ve always had pets: dogs, cats, hamsters, guinea pigs, and much more. I remember the joy I’d felt when my parents brought my dogs and I to the park. To find out more information about how to help adoptable animals in shelters, I contacted Amanda Smasal, a community outreach

  • Animal Shop Research Paper

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    exploitation, 30 Million. There are 4,000-6,000 animal shelters in the US and the number of animals that enter those shelters each year is 6-8 Million (Oxford Pets). 5 in 10 dogs and 7 in 10 cats in shelters are euthanized simply because there is no one to adopt them. Some of the causes of pet population are puppy mills, and being a responsible pet owner. In Puppy Mills dogs are often kept in cages with wire flooring that injures their paws and legs, and it is not unusual for cages to

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