We’re a little late with our Welfare Weekend series due to office renovations, but we didn’t want to skip it all together. 🙂
With Mother’s Day being celebrated across North America, it’s a great time to promote an often overlooked group in animal shelters – Moms. Pregnant females often arrive in animal shelters and are kept there (or in foster homes) until their offspring are weaned and they can be spayed. These animals may be cats, dogs, ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, etc.
These mothers may be overlooked due to the high number of baby animals available at the same time of year. That’s a shame, because they can be beautiful pets without the headaches of getting a baby through it’s ‘wild’ stages. You also won’t have to bother taking her in to get spayed later, as is the case with puppies or kittens.
We’ve designed some shareable poster graphics that you are free to use to spread the word about the need of homes for pet Moms. We encourage you to share them on social networks like Facebook or Pinterest, or use them in your own animal welfare blog posts.
If you’d like to adopt a Mom (after careful research and consideration), you can Search for adoptable animals in your area right here on All Natural Pet Care. If you need some guidance with your selection, there’s a dog adoption eBook available to help you evaluate health, temperament and trainability, along with details like assessing size, best breeds for children, etc: Super Dogs & Puppies eBook.
Thank you for caring! Have you ever adopted a fur-mom? Please share your story in the comments below.
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