No- Kill Shelters During a crisis of pet overpopulation, it right to kill animals simply because they are not wanted? Or is it ever right thing to do? The United States is faced with the problem of what should be done with the excess of stray animals. Stray dogs and cats have just as much right to a good home as pets that already have owners. No- Kill shelters are beneficial, they provide a safe, pet-friendly Animal Shelters in Japan There are a number of no- kill shelters in the Japan.
One concern i have for the humane society is how are they going to keep fitting all the animals in the shelter. They get so many animals that they have to start putting them down. Instead of putting them down they could spay or neuter them. Another concern i have is, how long do they keep the dogs before putting them down. Wwhenever they are sick and need help, they never get special care from a vet to see if everything is okay. Some of them do not even know what love is and how it feels to have a owner that would do anything for their dog. Whenever the sick dogs breed they pass on that sickness to their puppies.
Walking down the street you see tons of homeless people holding up signs asking for work, money, food or prayers. When you see this some people feel pain and others tend to look right through it. As people continue to buy animals from breeders and puppy mills they fail to remember all of the animals suffering on the streets and in animal shelters.
Millions of them died in car accidents, many died from hunger and many died due to natural hazards such as rainfall, cold climate etc but we never feel pain of those homeless souls. If we talk about Pakistan, it contains a large number of homeless animals. We often find some animals dead on highways and roads and they all are dead due to their miserable conditions. Children used to throw stones at dogs or cats that are passing by, we never allow them to live in our houses, we never give them shelter and we are very much responsible for what they are going…. Instead look at the many shelters in the local area, many shelters have purebred dogs, and even puppies.