|Please adopt a pet from a rescue shelter. Don't buy.|
One way it's left its mark is that I don't like being left alone in the house for long. Well, I don't like being left alone at all really. I follow my mum everywhere.
But this post isn't about me. This post is for Be the Change for Animals and I want to share some cats that are wanting forever homes. I can't feature them all here, so I will tell you of a great place to find your forever cat if you live in the UK. It's a website called CatChat.org, which is a fantastic web based Cat Rescue resource and registered charity, whose mission statement is "to facilitate the rehoming of unowned cats and kittens nationally through cat rescue groups, and to promote kindness to animals"
Rescue shelters across the UK and Ireland are listed on the CatChat.org database and you can view photos and details of all the cats available at your local shelter. So, if you are looking to rehome a cat in the UK, do check out this site!
At the bottom of this post there is also a link to my mum's Pinterest Pet Rescue board where she pins photos of shelter animals from around the world (mostly the US) who are really desperate and unfortunately are on Death Row. It's heartbreaking that some of them won't make it out of those shelters alive. Why? It's not fair, is it? They deserve a life too. Why is it right for humans to decide whether an animal should live or die?
You see, that's why it is so important to adopt your pet from a shelter. Doing so means that you are saving not one life, but two, because adopting an animal means you are making room for another animal in need at the rescue centre.
Follow Marie Symeou's board Pet Adoption & Rescue on Pinterest.
ROYALTIES FROM MY RESCUE STORY WILL BE DONATED TO HELP OTHER SHELTER ANIMALS. Click HERE FOR WHERE TO BUY