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    No Kill Shelters

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    adopted have come from no kill shelters. I hate walking through other shelters when I know the ones that are not going to get adopted in time are going to be put down. My most recent dog I adopted is a poodle maltese mix. Her name is Boo Boo and she was at the shelter for about two months before I adopted her. Imagine if she had been at any other shelter, she probably would have been put to sleep before I arrived. When a stray is brought in traditional shelters normally follow a 72 hour guideline, after the 72 hours and the animal is not claimed the animal is put down or put up for adoption. Animals that are up for adoption in traditional shelters only get around 2-3 months to be adopted out, then they have the sad fate of being euthanized.…

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    Introduction Hook: The no-kill shelter movement can have negative effects that could be prevented. The no-kill animal shelter can spread disease, is sometimes considered animal hoarding, and is causing the animals at the shelter to not receive enough care. First Main Topic: Bringing animals from other countries spreads disease. Veterinarians are concerned because transporting animals into other regions spreads different diseases that some animals aren’t used to. “For example, consider that…

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    Red Horizon Case Study

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    Red Horizon Red Horizon is a medium-sized pet food manufacturer headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Founded by Michael Ladenson, who wanted to give pets owners an all natural pet food product in 1986. Red Horizon manufacturers dry food, wet food, and prescription food made from organic, all natural products, which contain no artificial fillers. The company owns two factories, which produce 10,000 lbs dry food, 1,000 canned wet foods, and 500 canned prescription food daily, and is ranked #1 in…

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    Community Service at AWSOM Animal Shelter Volunteering at an animal shelter can get messy fast. Between muddy paws, spilled food, and stray animals, there is always something to do. Over the summer I was able to give my time to the AWSOM animal shelter and help homeless animals. I learned a lot about AWSOM’s history and how it came to be. Also, I was able to experience and help with a multitude of activities and see firsthand how many unwanted pets there truly are. Throughout my time…

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    EUTHANASIA – IS IT NECESSARY? Introduction In recent years, euthanasia of pets such as cats and dogs have become more prominent in the lives of the general public. We are now seeing posts on social media that cry out for our help to end the euthanizing of dogs and cats in shelters in the nation. A specific post may come to mind; the one where euthanizing dogs are lined up in the hallway of a shelter, those dogs being the ones euthanized only that day. Earlier this month, a lady by the name of…

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    After her grandmother and fathers death she started to explore. The narrator stated that she would come out during the night hours due to the light harming her eyes. After her mother sold the house the narrator explained, “During the packing-up and the sale of our furniture I spent the days inside a hayrack” (Atwood 235). Although the narrator felt a sense of freedom after her mother moved away she was curious of others. She referred to herself as an apparition. She hid in the brambles and…

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    Wanted Pet Research Paper

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    all over the world. When you are reading this there might be a pet being rejected right now, at this second. This chapter is about how do pets get rejected. Some pets get rejected after they just got home (about a week or few days). Some pets might get rejected after few years, and some may not get rejected. Many people get a pet, but don’t know how much responsibility is needed to take care them. So that’s why pets often get rejected. Dogs might get rejected because that they are too active,…

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    Leydi Case Study Summary

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    To help her focus on the positive things in her life and to perceive if any progress has been made in the past period. Leydi said that nothing was better, that she cried at night because she was really tired of being held in this shelter against her will. She also said that was “the federales” (ORR) fault. This counselor examine with Leidy how true was that statement and brought up some of her past decisions that were the reason why her stay in the shelter was extended. After discussing the idea…

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    Crisis Center Reflection

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    • This week at the Crisis Center was a bit uneventful compared to the previous weeks since I have started. I participated in a Residential Emergency Shelter Check In on Thursday, September 15th with a client who had not had any previous contact with the agency. The client, Amy*, had recently been in abusive situation with her boyfriend and was seeking out a safe place to stay. The client completed the intake with a volunteer over the phone and was approved for shelter by an approval staff…

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    Mccandless Vs Wild

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    McCandless had absolutely everything to lose and Shepard did not. They both had finished college, had parents and sibling that they would be leaving behind. McCandless had the most to lose out of the both of them with an unhappy family life, no money ,and no place he had his heart set on. If his journey failed and it did not turn out the way he had planned in his head or if it let down his expectations he would have been crushed. McCandless had no support system like Shepard who had the…

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