Giving a home to pet is good for the heart and helps get them out of the abandoned situation.
The premise is old: friends do not buy, friends adopt! Many people who think of having a pet, usually usually end up looking only for animals with breed and pay dearly for it. But it is important to remember that as long as there are people paying for pets, this market will only grow and animals are not objects that can be bought and then discarded, they need care, attention and companionship.
If you are prepared to devote your time to a pet, then why not choose an adopted friend? There are thousands of animals waiting for adoption, many that have experienced situations of neglect and ill-treatment.
Adopting an animal is valuing life. A dog or cat is capable of feeling emotions – such as pain and joy / excitement – and therefore suffers as much as we humans. It is to regain a life literally thrown away. By adopting a needy animal, you teach your child, the children with whom you live, all the other humans around you, the true value of responsibility, commitment, and humanity.
Adopting is responsibility!It is important to remember that adoption is not just choosing your new housemate; you will have to dedicate some of your time and make it possible for the pet to live well and happy. Make sure you have space in your house so he has a little corner for him, animals also feel fear and cold, so make a cozy space for him. Take it to the vet for a routine appointment and check that all vaccines are up-to-date. Take it for a walk and keep up with their grooming. Food and water always fresh! Your new friend deserves the best, so he will reciprocate every affection you receive. They are amazing at giving love!
Good for you and for your petIn addition to sharing joy, animals are great at making life much lighter. They bring numerous proven benefits and are a great complement for depression treatments, for example. Studies have shown that owning an animal promotes greater longevity for owners. In addition, you will have lower levels of stress and may lower your blood pressure. By feeling more relaxed, your serotonin levels will rise and you will feel much happier. Ready to adopt your new pet?
Where Can I Adopt?
Le Cat Café
2713 W Girard Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19130
Green Street Rescue
2317 W Girard Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19130
858 N 3rd St
Philadelphia, PA 19123