Grey Bruce Animal Shelter continues to see an up-swing in adoptions.
“We only hope they aren’t being adopted as a diversion during times of isolation,” says Shelter Manager, Deb Takeda.
Adoption of an animal is a long-term commitment and one that should be a loving commitment.
The latest addition to the shelter is a sweet-natured 15-year-old who goes by the name of Myra. Mature, at 15, she is spayed and declawed and, therefore, should be an in-home companion and not outside. With her sweet nature, she loves attention and gets along well with other cats. She would make a perfect companion for a loving owner.
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The Shelter says “… choose to offer a safe place for pets that have no choices left.” Sometimes, their owners have had no choice either. They, too, may have aged and have to move into a facility where their loved companions are not allowed or, in the final step of life, may have died leaving their pets behind. Whatever the reason, these faithful friends have no choice but to wait … wait for someone new to take them in and love them.”