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There’s an old expression of “you can’t have too much of a good thing.” I’m here to prove otherwise. Saturday, Aug. 17, was National Homeless Animals Day.
This worldwide event pays tribute to the more than 4 million animals destroyed in our nation’s shelters each year.
Although the number of animals killed annually has dropped dramatically over the past 23 years, statistics show that a shelter animal is killed every six seconds.
We need to continue to spay and neuter, pratice pet responsibility and we must join together to end this national tragedy.
We need to be the candle that sheds light on their all too often dark world.