So what are they going to do when no one adopts the animals in the shelter?
Release them in the wild? Send them to the mood? Farm them out to product
testing labs? Send them to zoo's? Euthinizing unwanted animals is an
unfortunate fact of life. No one wants to see it happen, but I don't see any
other way to deal with the excess animals that don't get adopted.We
were fortunate to adopt a dog a couple of years ago. She is a joy and a great
companion and we were happy to get her. We were the original ones who found her
wandering in our neighborhood. The kids started playing with her and fell right
in love. We called Animal Control and were told that in 30 days she would be
eligible to be adopted and so we did just that. So, she kind of adopted us by
showing up in our yard.