No Kill Shelters Are rising!
Why Didn't this Happen In the first place?
The Start Of It All
The main question is; Why Didn't We Start Making No Kill Shelters in the First Place?
Honestly, the answer is rather simple. Shelters started "putting animals down" since we realized that the population of cats and dogs was increasing, at great rates. The amount of birds that were being hunted because of feral, stray cats was also growing as well.
Being in a cage at a young age can affect the animal mentally and/or emotionally.
Adult dogs are less likely to adopted than a dog under the age of 8 months.
Kittens are twice more likely to be adopted than an adult cat.