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Rescue a pet - don't buy one!

    1. Shannon Plummer
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      Shannon Plummer

      Melbourne, Australia

Millions of abandoned animals are euthanized worldwide every year.  In the meantime puppy mills continue to add to the problem while committing horrific acts of cruelty and neglect.

If you are considering a companion animal, please visit a shelter and rescue an animal in need.

Be part of the solution not the problem!

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    • G T ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA
      • over 3 years ago

      People will buy from puppy mills- as the animals already exists and they feel if they dont buy the animal it will just be put down. By law these mills should be banned altogether. Puppy mills have no positives only negatives and that is a fact.

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    • Joan E Loza Mobry MADISON, WI
      • almost 5 years ago

      I rescued 3 - 8 day old orphaned kittens from Mexico. Rocky, Bruiser and Emma are now 12 weeks old and thriving.

      "Animals Do Not Have A Voice Of Their Own. If We Do Not Stand Up And Speak For Them... Who Will?!"

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    • starvin marvin HOOTERVILLE, NORTH DAKOTA, AND TAFFEE, MINNESOTA A, OR
      • over 5 years ago

      I always adopt feralcats in neighborhood and take care of the local raccoon, opossum, eagle, buzzard, squirrel, a couple ducks that return to our small creek every year, give scraps to neighbors dogs, and whatever else I can do in my own neighborhood.  I do kill off the ants that invade my house every year though.  This year they are not to bad though.

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    • Abhishek Kadyan DELHI, INDIA
      • over 5 years ago

      Yes, I do agree....thanx

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      • over 5 years ago

      It's the only way to go!!!!!  And they know and will reward you with their undying love.

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