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25 Reasons to Adopt

2.7 million dogs and cats are euthanized every year.  These are just a few of the lost souls making up that number.  25 very specific reasons to adopt, foster, volunteer, spay & neuter.  Make sure to get to #1 for the most important reason of all.  In honor of National Pitbull Awareness Month.

25) Summer, RIP

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24) Sophia, RIP

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23) Capone, RIP

 

22)  Turbo, RIP

 

21) Clover, RIPadopt a dog

 

20) No name, RIP

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19) Hope, RIP

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18)  Bingo, RIP

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17) Shannon, RIP

 

16) Elvis, RIP

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15) Diamond, RIP

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14) Buster, RIPreasons to adopt a pet

 

13) Regis, RIP

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12) Radar, RIP

 

11) Conan, RIP

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10) Carson, RIP

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9) Penny, RIP

 

8) Charlie, RIP

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7) Happy, RIP

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6) Lena, RIP

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5) Bruce, RIP

 

4)  Buffalo, RIP

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3) Scooby, RIP

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2) Lilly, RIP

 

1) But the most important reason to go down to your local shelter and adopt or volunteer, is not because of the ones lost, but the many saved.

 

 

 

 

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  • Lisa Prince Fishler - SO beautifully presented Stacey. This is a very difficult topic, but I agree, one that needs to be shared. Thank you so much, for all of your hard work on behalf of these beautiful souls. <3ReplyCancel

  • Stephanie Conrad - Beautiful post! ReplyCancel

  • Cynthia Poel Barker - That was so hard to read, or rather to look at each beautiful animal that is now gone, for no good reason. You ended on a positive note, and that is a nice reminder and a great way to encourage people to adopt. But still, the killing is astronomical. I only hope that someday, soon, we can get a handle on the overpopulation and put a stop to the killing of healthy, adoptable animals. You are brave to write about it.ReplyCancel

  • Kaylee Greer - Stacey – I rarely ever comment on other people’s blogs – but Wow. This is so incredible, so absolutely powerful and meaningful. This is the message that needs to be spread far and wide across America (and the world). Dogs are dying. Innocent, perfect, healthy dogs are dying. Each time someone decides to breed in their backyard, or each time someone makes the choice to purchase an animal from a pet store – these dogs – the forgotten ones – are dying. I think you’re bringing about awareness with this blog post in the most gracious and non-offensive way – but also – in a VERY powerful way. Thank you for taking the time to put this together. People like you, with hearts like yours, are integral to helping change this impossibly heartbreaking reality. ReplyCancel

  • Mitch McFarlane - So beautiful but so sad…we have the same problem in the UK. The rescue centers are full, and many of them are Staffordshire Bull terriers (similar to pitbulls). Rescue dogs can give so much love and devotionReplyCancel

  • mitch mcfarlane photography - So beautiful but so sad…we have the same problem in the UK. The rescue centers are full, and many of them are Staffordshire Bull terriers (similar to pitbulls). Rescue dogs can give so much love and devotionReplyCancel

  • Sydney Pet Photography - Great images and a great story.ReplyCancel

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