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Kimberly Runkel

Danielsville, GA

198 Community Rewards Points

are you a pet rescuer/adopter or do you purchase animals at pet stores?

Posted on 10/16/10 at 11:23 PM By Kimberly Runkel | 37 Replies
I used to think it was so much fun to buy a cute, clean little animal from a pet store, then I became involved with different humane societies and animal shelters. I realized that there are so many abandoned and unloved animals in the U.S. that it would take every person rescuing between 2-3 animals per person to get the numbers of stray/wild pets down. If every person would spay/neuter their pets, the population would be much more easily controlled. It is a sad thing to see an animal left on the side of the road to die or starve or suffer an unnecessary illness due to no fault of its own. So the next time you drive down the road and see an animal that needs help, please stop, it could mean all the difference to that poor animal. 

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Melody Simpson

Splendora, TX

120 Community Rewards Points

All 4 of my dogs are resuces - Actually, I think they rescued me. :-)

My kitty & my lizard are also rescues.  So many sweet homeless fur kids need a home! ADOPT is the way to go!

Posted on 3/20/11 at 2:14 PM

Kristin Hackett

Silver Creek, GA

398 Community Rewards Points
I had always wanted a Husky so my first dog was purchased from a breeder. The next 3 have been strays and any of the future one WILL be strays!
Posted on 3/20/11 at 11:34 AM

mary rich

Smyrna, GA

209 Community Rewards Points
I purchased my 3 corgis and rescued my other 2 dogs
Posted on 3/10/11 at 11:41 PM

florence nead

Shelby, OH

312 Community Rewards Points
I do not believe in buying from a store or breeder. There are enough out there that need homes without buying a special breed just because.
Posted on 2/17/11 at 3:36 PM

Carol Arthurs

Saratoga, CA

210 Community Rewards Points
Over the years, we have gotten our cats from shelters or rescue groups.
Posted on 1/22/11 at 7:36 PM

Autumn Mcintosh

Allen Park, MI

374 Community Rewards Points
We went to a breeder
Posted on 11/29/10 at 7:08 PM

Lesile Fink

Pittsburgh, PA

289 Community Rewards Points
I also use to think that puchasing puppies from breeders or from pet stores was an acceptable thing to do. However, I am 100% against purchasing puppies from pet stores, since they come from puppy mills. After getting into fostering dogs, I realized that there are so many amazing dogs out there that need homes, why would you deny them the opportunity of a loving home, just to have a pure bred pup? We adopted 9 months ago, and we have decided that all our dogs from here on out will be rescued!! I also agree that all pets should be spayed and neutered! It doesn't matter how responsible you think you are, when a male dog senses a female in heat, they will do anything to mate. I have friends whos dog chewed through a wall to get to female. Another person I know, there dog broke through a fence, broke its leg and still mated the dog. Recycle, Adopt a Dog!!!
Posted on 11/08/10 at 8:18 AM

Dianne Trost

Omaha, NE

263 Community Rewards Points
So totally true!!  I rescued my little dog from a Kill Shelter 21 minutes before she was euthanized.  Simply because her owners didn't claim her in the allotted 10 days.   Love my baby!!!
Posted on 11/07/10 at 1:46 PM

Mark Mosley

Westland, MI

900 Community Rewards Points
Will allways rescue.
Posted on 11/06/10 at 6:03 PM

Kim Tapager

Rotonda West, FL

527 Community Rewards Points
Always rescue, Sam in the pic was shot in the face (thats why her tongue hangs out) the police took her to my vet and I happen to be there that day and agreed to take her home, my 2 great danes- the owner was a client where I worked and asked if I would take them or they would have to go to the shelter, so I did! My cats- 1 was a stray that should up starving, and never left, the other was from the humane society.
Posted on 10/26/10 at 3:29 PM
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