Dogs and cats that enter animal rescue
shelters often come from a rough background. In fact, it's usual for these poor pooches to hail from abused homes, while others that are picked up are sometimes found roaming the streets in search of food.
Now one animal rescue shelter
in Scottsdale, Arizona, is looking to give their residents a taste of the good life, according to ABC News.com
The Foothills Animal Rescue, which is cage free, features four cat living areas and another four dog suites.
"You will see fountains in every room, there is no standing water," Dawn Kavanaugh, executive director of the facility, told the news source. "We have essential oils here to keep the cats calm and the volunteers too."
Kavanaugh goes on to say that the living facilities allow potential pet owners to see how the four-legged friends would behave in comfier surroundings.
"They can see the animal in a natural environment and see how it would act in their home," Kavanaugh told the news outlet.
According to the Humane Society, between six and eight million dogs and cats enter animal rescue shelters every year.