Three Easy Ways to Help Homeless Kitties
Okay, folks, here’s the deal: Millions of cats enter local shelters across the country every year. Even with these staggering statistics at play, people are still turning to classified ads and pet stores to buy their new kittens. What’s up with that?
Each June, in conjunction with Adopt-A-Shelter-Cat Month, the ASPCA strives to promote cat adoptions. But here’s how you can help year-round!
- Be their voice! Sure it sounds easy, but with so many more cats than there are homes, we need you to speak up…and loudly. Encourage folks looking for new pets to adopt an animal from a shelter. Try dedicating your Facebook status, Tweet or blog post to an adoptable cat each week.
- Volunteer at Your Local Shelter. Volunteering at your local shelter is a great way to make a difference in the lives of homeless cats. From playing with kittens to organizing adoption events, shelters across the country are always in need of volunteers. Be sure to visit our Ten Ways to Help Your Local Shelter for more suggestions.
- Promote Spaying and Neutering. It’s a fact: Spayed or neutered cats are generally happier, healthier and live longer lives. Plus, many communities offer low-cost or free spay/neuter clinics that help make it easy for everyone to do the right thing. Spread the word with our Top 10 Reasons to Spay or Neuter Your Pet.
Thanks for getting active for homeless kitties!