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What To Expect When You Adopt A Shelter Pet

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When choosing to get a pet, most people view it as a lifelong commitment. Unfortunately, millions of cats, dogs, and other animal friends end up in shelters worldwide year after year.

So if you’re in the market for a new furry family member, here are a few reasons to consider adopting a shelter pet:

You’ll Save a Life




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Jade Augustine

Jade Augustine

Jade Augustine is a writer who is passionate about health & fitness, relationships, mental health, and travel. She is also a big fan of the Oxford comma.

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