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When we got there, the foster mom let the last two, my Zane and his sister, out of their enclosure. They ran to me, Zane hip-checked his sister and literally landed in my lap. As my husband was being enthusiastically greeted by his sister, he said, "Which one is ours?"
I said, "This is our boy."
Wendy, from Oxford, CT
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According to the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), between 6 and 8 million dogs and cats will be left at shelters each year. Animals that are healthy, well-fed, and disease-resistant have much better odds of finding a happy forever home.
Preventable diseases like kennel cough or feline herpesvirus can stop an adoption in its tracks - not to mention being a danger to unprotected populations in the shelter. Although shelters try to meet the needs of their animals, they may not be able to afford a timely delivery of much-needed vaccinations.