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There’s a special week coming up. Adopt A Less Adoptable Pet starts September 16th! There are far too many homeless pets in shelters, who have lots of love to give and really need forever homes. Sadly, some pets have a very hard time being adopted. Senior pets, pets with disabilities, and sometimes, pets that just look a bit different than others often linger in shelters for months or even years. Black dogs and cats also have a hard time getting adopted. Read on as an Oconomowoc, WI vet lists some things you discover when you give one of these lovable pets a home.
Less adoptable pets are often very sad and depressed. Some have been abandoned by or separated from their prior owners. Others may have been rescued from poor conditions. One thing all of these sweet pets have in common? They only want someone to love them and care for them.
You may find that when you help a less adoptable pet, you also end up helping yourself. It’s a wonderful feeling to know that you’ve made a difference in an animal’s life, and given them a second chance at happiness.
If you’ve ever bonded with a pet, you know how strong the love can be between humans and our animal companions. You may find that your new animal friend absolutely adores you. This makes perfect sense. Animals are very intuitive, and know when someone has helped them. You’ll be repaid for your kindness with unwavering loyalty and unconditional love, which are both truly precious gifts.
One thing that is truly remarkable about less-adoptable pets is the fact that many of them don’t seem particularly bothered by being specially-abled. There are plenty of three-legged dogs happily running around, and blind kitties who are just as loving and cuddly as any other cat. They don’t know—or care—that they’re different. They just want to live life to the fullest. That’s a beautiful lesson for all of us!
Our wonderful furry friends have a special way of keeping us smiling and making us feel loved. Pets can really brighten up even the worst days!
Is your pet due for an exam, vaccines, or parasite control? Call us, your Oconomowoc, WI vet clinic, today!