Adopting a pet is a wonderful process. It’s a way of giving a loving new home to a shelter animal – and maybe even saving its life. There are many different animal care issues to consider during the adoption process, but it will all be worthwhile when the new owner goes home with their adopted pet.
Adopt a senior pet
Giving home to an older pet can be an enriching experience. Seniors bring so many benefits
Older animals tend to be more reliable, because their character is already fully developed.
Shorter walks & playtimes
Older pets already have an established routine, and they are usually quieter and less demanding to look after. In older age, animals adapt well to the lifestyles and routines of their human companions.
Older pets are house-trained and used to going for walks, they don’t scratch the furniture, and they generally know how to behave.
Seniors are for everyone
Thanks to their quiet and stable nature, older animals often make good first-time pets. People with no experience of caring for animals can learn a lot from older pets.
Doing a good thing
Making the most of the time that remains. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that you’re giving an older animal a happy retirement.
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Animals are not presents
Every year we point out that animals are not presents. Too often, the animals gifted as presents end up back in a shelter after the holidays are over.