Increasing Their Chances for Adoption in California


In the United States, municipal shelters are overcrowded with adoptable dogs and cats. The programs are a tax burden for many cities and towns, and unfortunately, many pets never get to live out their lives and are euthanized to make room for new arrivals.

Many organizations and rescues work hard to reduce the number of pets in kill shelters, but now the California State Governor’s Office is joining the efforts and making strides to increase the adoption rates of shelter dogs (cats and rabbits too).

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