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A lot of us in the animal welfare community feel helpless that so many animals in our nation’s shelters are killed because permanent, loving homes can’t be found for them. And many of us are worried about the major diseases that debilitate or kill human beings every year, such as cancer, heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes.
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The biggest tragedy for dogs and cats in America is that 4 million of them, most in perfect health and good temperament, are killed every year in so-called animal “shelters.” They have been picked up as strays, or turned in by owners who can no longer care for them. The cities and counties which run the facilities cannot find enough adoptive homes, and their holding pens are filled beyond capacity.