50 Displays of Adorable Pets Rescued in August

It is that long-awaited moment when ‘We’ compiles awesome rescued pet photos for August. It is important to note that not all pets will be free to interact with their new owners at a meet. Different pets take different times to adjust to new people, as pointed out by Kelsey Dickerson, an AHS Media Relations Specialist. This is more so for the rescue pets.

To ease them in the process, make sure you create a place for them where they can safely get away whenever they feel overwhelmed. You should have their shelter up and make sure to provide enough water and food for them. Make sure to include some treats in the mix and toys as well. Dig into all the background information you can get about the pet. Know the medical history too.

It is okay to look for assistance from the employees and adoption counselors too. Take note of the special care your pet will require. Different pets have different needs. You will handle a husky puppy differently than a guinea pig.

Kelly DiCicco, ASPCA Adoptions Promotions Manager, while talking with ‘We’ said that it is okay when matches of shelter pets and their new owners do not work out. She notes that many strays are being taken up in New York City’s ASPCA Adoption Center.

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