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    Cooper was only six months old when he was left in the streets by his careless owners and where he was forced to face the world all alone. He met another forgotten and lonely puppy named, Molly, and they ended up having a litter of puppies. These innocent dogs either ended up dying or hopefully, they made it to a shelter. Consequently, it only takes two unsterilized, abandoned dogs to lead to the overpopulation of dogs. Around four million helpless dogs die each year due to the shelters overflow…

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    Despite the efforts of many animal organizations in America, one of their greatest battles is animal overpopulation. According to pet overpopulation it is impossible to accurately determine how many stray dogs and cats live in the United States; animal shelters estimate that there may be up to about 4 million cats and dogs are euthanized each year because there simply aren't enough willing homes to adopt them. Even if the stray animal population is controlled, shelters are still struggling to…

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    Cat's Meow Research Paper

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    The Cat’s Meow The Felis Catus, or cat, is anything but tedious; in fact, the cat is the most riveting subjects. They vary in different shapes, sizes, and breeds. These beautiful and small animals resembling its much larger ancestors are covered in soft, silky fur, as they contain a short, rounded head, erect triangular ears, large vivid eyes that have the ability to see in the dark, and vertical-slit pupils. In addition, they contain sharp claws that are hidden in fleshy pads and 26-30 teeth-…

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    When I was 14 I started to want a dog of my own. When I asked my mom if I could get a dog she told me no because I had bearded dragons to take care of. I wanted a dog long before I got bearded dragons but my mom told me a dog was to much work and to expensive for me. I was joined with some facebook groups that had pets for sale and I started looking just to see what breeds I might like. I told my mom that I was going to find a new home for my dragons because I really wanted a dog. On all of…

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    efficient. Solutions are needed to bring in more funds for the organizations. Fundraisers and donations are obvious ways to raising money for animal shelters and humane societies; linking schools and prisons, support programs, and promoting spaying and neutering as a unique solution to an increase in funds for…

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    Tnr Pros And Cons

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    Trap Neuter and Return How many time have you been driving through town only to see several stray cats. From small towns to big cities, stray and feral cats seem to be a problem. How can people fix it without killing them. One option is Trap, Neuter, Return, or TNR. TNR is a humane program to save feral and stray cats. TNR is effective it is the most humane and safe way to deal with stray and feral cats. Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) saves cats lives. When one brings a feral or stray cat into a vet…

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    In the wee hours of the morning, what pet would most American’s rather have jump on the bed to disturb their peaceful sleeping? A dog or a cat? Of course, a dog is man’s best friend and is the most preferred pet of choice in America according to most recent polls. But how could anyone not love a dog? They are fun loving, come in all shapes, sizes, and love to please their owners. Not to mention certain dogs can be trained to be in K9 units and hunting partners. This does not automatically…

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    There are only a few things in this world that are always constant: The Earth is round, water is wet, fire is hot, and there will be a timeless debate of cats Vs dogs.But ultimately decided to go for a cat, then this article is for you. Taking care of a kitty can be intimidating, indeed! This is even more so if it’s a newborn. In the beginning, most of them are completely unlike dogs; they may act selfish and distant, and generally feel like they only look out for #1. But, as a cat owner…

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    Benefits Of Pet Essay

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    5 Tips in Pet-Proofing Your Home Your house is a hodgepodge of stuff your pets find interesting. If they stick their snouts in the wrong door, they can get seriously injured or make a big mess. It is your job as a responsible pet owner to make sure that your home is safe for you and your pets. If you think that you are lacking in pet-proofing your home, use these five tips to help you fortify your pets’ surroundings. 1. Store Dangerous Chemicals, Objects and Unfriendly Pet Items in Safe Areas…

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    Essay On Exotic Pets

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    Walking into a normal household most people will notice a cat sleeping or a dog loudly barking . Pets are an essential part of a family, but what if just a cat or a dog is not enough. What if a family didn't want to be mainstream, what if they wanted something else? Over the last few years there has been a growing trend of owning exotic pets. These animals can be smarter, more colorful and interesting or they could be outright expensive and dangerous. So the question arises, should an exotic…

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