November 1, 2018
Sadly, many animals find themselves in shelters after they’ve passed their prime. While some senior pets can require extra care, they’re no less deserving of loving homes! More mellow and often better trained than their younger counterparts, older animals have just as much love to give.
As with people, age can affect pets both mentally and physically. Cats may become chattier or need a prescription diet. Dogs may require a daily pill or take more frequent potty breaks. However, we think every animal should spend their twilight years surrounded by people they know and love.
So next time you’re at the shelter, don’t pass by the graying face staring up at you! You could meet your new best friend.