Animal Homelessness

By: Davis Herman


Pet Owners are just leaving unwanted pets on the streets. Too much dogs and cats are being born to take care of. Only 1 out of every 10 dogs born will find a permanent home. Homeless animals outnumber homeless people 5 to 1. Animal shelters are often too crowded and not in good enough condition. Each year, 2.7 million dogs and cats are killed because animal shelters are too crowded and there aren't enough adoptive homes.

Why you should be concered about this

Suppose you were a homeless cat. You are hungry, going in people's trashcans and struggling to find food. You sleep in a place like Picture 1. You would be very grateful if a human were to make a simple phone call to bring you to a place you would survive at, wouldn't you? Cats usually look for food in garbage, so if you have an open dumpster, you may find some animals living there.


Call the number at the bottom of the flyer to save an animal's life. Even better, take the animal to a vet for vaccination and maybe bring the animal home! You can donate as little as a dollar to animal shelters to have better conditions for the animals. I know a lot about animals and I've done research from many websites.

Why should you do this?

Calling a phone number is so easy to do. Again, if you would like to donate, you can donate just as little as a dollar. If everyone gave a dollar to animal shelters, 7.4 billion dollars would be available to make and improve animal shelters.


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