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Pet overpopulations happen "just one litter" at a time.
2. Spay and Neuter Information
You don't have to take any one group's, or person's, word for it, here's a LOT of info, from different sources, on why it's a good thing to do...
3. Don't Litter! Spay and Neuter!
Stop - Don't Litter! Spay and Neuter.
4. Low Cost/Free-Spay & Neuter Programs
Low Cost or Free Spay & Neuter Programs in the United States.
5. Fund Food for Animals! ~Click Daily~
Each click on the purple "Fund Food for Animals" button at The Animal Rescue Site provides food and care for a rescued animal living in a shelter or sanctuary.
Pet-O-Nomics' main goal is to help educate people about the pet overpopulation not only in this country, but around the world as well.
Adopt a homeless pet!
8. Why Spay/Neuter?
How does spaying and neutering benefit you?
9. Spay USA
Help us end pet overpopulation!
10. Rescue Canines
Helping people looking for a rescue dog and find the right place to adopt from.
11. Listings of local spay/neuter clinics
Listings of your local spay and neuter clinics.
12. Friends of Animals
Spay and Neuter Certificate Information
Just a website telling you why to spay, and neuter!!
Every person has a story, but so does every animal, and each year, thousands of stray or unwanted pets end up in animal shelters. This show gives them a voice. From running around and playing with friends, to taking baths - wanted or unwanted - and chowin' down, this show helps you to get to know the animals behind the bars.
15. Cutest Dog Ever
There are 68 million dogs living in American households, but only 20 percent of them were adopted from shelters, according to the American Humane Society. Roughly 25 percent of dogs waiting in shelters to be adopted are purebreds, including many puppies. Our local animal shelters, as well as others, are the best place to find the perfect dog to fit people’s individual needs and lifestyles,” said Tweeten. “We offer the greatest variety of choices - puppies, older dogs, mixed breeds, purebreds, large dogs and small dogs.” What are you waiting for? Log off and go get you some love.
As a nation, we claim to love cats and dogs. Millions of households have pets, and billions of dollars are spent yearly on pet supplies and food. But as a nation, we should take a hard, sobering look at a different annual statistic: the millions of dogs and cats given up to shelters or left to die on the streets. And the numbers tell only half the story. Every cat or dog who dies as a result of pet overpopulation—whether humanely in a shelter or by injury, disease, or neglect—is an animal who, more often than not, would have made a wonderful companion, if given the chance. Tremendous as the problem of pet overpopulation is, it can be solved if each of us takes just one small step, starting with not allowing our animals to breed. Here's information about this crisis and why spaying and neutering is the first step to a solution. -HSUS
17. "Wags to Riches" Animal Rescue Awareness Fund
Dedicated to making the world a much better place by providing donations and urgently needed items to Animal Rescue Organizations throughout the United States.
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