What the fall season means for pets

October 23, 2006 at 12:22 pm Leave a comment

The changing of the seasons means changes for our pets too. During the fall
season, stray pets in particular face cooler temperatures, hunger due to the
people who normally feed them going on vacation (i.e. Thanksgiving etc.),
and much more.

Nearly 30,000 pets were euthanized in Hillsborough county alone, last year
because of a pet overpopulation crisis. Having your pet or stray pets
spayed/neutered will prevent unplanned births, and more pets entering
shelters, therefore preventing euthanasia.

Do you see stray cats or dogs around your neighborhood? What would motivate
you to bring them to a clinic for spaying/neutering? Why would or wouldn’t you have your
pet spayed/neutered?

We’re a non-profit group trying to prevent euthanasia for pets. We
appreciate your time in responding.

Thanks so much!


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