7 Features of Adopt a Pet that make everyone Love it


Adopt a Pet: Two years ago today I walked into a Petsmart and met a cat named Sonny who no one would adopt because he was 13 years old, covered in fleas, underweight, and had a mouth full of rotten teeth that had to be removed. He came home with me that night and it was the best decision I’ve ever made.

Adopt a Pet: Gotti, is my rescue Pit Terrier. He had been given back three times before I had adopted him. I’ve had him for 1.5 years now and he’s my whole entire world and then some, such a happy and loving cute boy.

Adopt a Pet: 16 year old my lovely Popcorn had never had a home when we found him. He’s 17 and a half now and living his best life!

Adopt a Pet: My local shelter told me this little guy was brought in with his whole litter at 6 months old. They’d been found in a single bedroom flat, sharing with 3 large dogs, and treated horribly. When I got him home he hid for weeks and was scared of everything. Now he sleeps next to me and plays for hours.

Adopt a Pet: Pablo was overweight, and despite for love. He started purring the second I walked in to his room at the shelter. I couldn’t stop talking about him, so my husband brought him home for me. I wouldn’t recommend the not discussing with your partner, but I love this big baby with all my heart and soul.

Adopt a Pet: This is Romeo. We found him in a neighborhood cat colony emaciated, with a large head wound, and suffering from a flee allergy. He was so friendly so we think someone left him there. We took him home that night and he is a love bug.

Adopt a Pet: She was taken by animal control because her previous owner left her outside for three days straight in below 10 degree temperatures. On the left is the day I got her, on the right is 1.5 years later on her way home from consuming too many table scraps at thanksgiving dinner. She’s my best of best friend.


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