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Benefits of Adopting a Shelter Cat

June 1, 2019

Did you know that June is Adopt A Shelter Cat Month? While any time is a great time to adopt a kitty, this is a purrfect month to find your new feline friend. That’s because at this time of year, many shelters are overwhelmed with kittens. We know, that sounds like an adorable problem to have, but it actually results in shelters being stretched far beyond their capacity. A Burlington, ON vet lists some great reasons to adopt a shelter cat in this article.

Choose The Purrfect Pet

Shelters offer a variety of adorable furry faces to choose from. Whether you are looking for a kitty that is a specific age, breed, or color, or are open to whatever cute furball wins your heart, there’s a good chance that you’ll find a kitty that suits your needs. You’ll also be able to spend a bit of time with Fluffy before finalizing the adoption.

Save A Life

We believe that all animals deserve loving homes. However, there are just too many homeless kitties out there for any one person to help them all. Even though you can’t change the world, you can change the world for one lucky furball. Giving an animal in need a second chance at happiness is very rewarding, and is truly something you can feel great about!

Make A Furever Friend

Cats are very emotional, and tend to be very grateful to those who have helped them. Your kindness in adopting Fluffy won’t go unnoticed! Many kitties that were adopted from shelters are extremely affectionate and loving.

Save Money!

Who doesn’t like saving money? It’s often much cheaper to adopt a shelter pet than it is to go through a breeder or pet store. You may also save on veterinary care costs, since most shelter kitties have already been fixed, and are current on vaccines and parasite control.

Promote Good Animal Welfare

When you adopt a shelter cat, you’re actually helping other pets as well. For one thing, you’ll free up some much-needed space at the shelter. Plus, the money you spend on Fluffy’s adoption fees will help the shelter provide food, housing, and care for their other furry wards. You’ll also be setting a good example for others!

Please reach out to us, your Burlington, ON vet clinic, for all your cat’s veterinary care needs. We are here to help!

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