Friday, October 31, 2014

Help animals find a home

3/5/2014

My name is Ingrid. I live in Wellsville, and I am a homeschooled sixth-grader.

I live on a gravel road where a lot of animals show up without a home, so I have lots of animals. During the springtime, lots of animals have babies and shelters get overpopulated with so many animals. One way to help this is to spay or neuter your animals.

My name is Ingrid. I live in Wellsville, and I am a homeschooled sixth-grader.

I live on a gravel road where a lot of animals show up without a home, so I have lots of animals. During the springtime, lots of animals have babies and shelters get overpopulated with so many animals. One way to help this is to spay or neuter your animals.

Although kittens and puppies are cute, when they grow up they need a home. Shelters have lots of animals in the spring that don’t have homes. Some people don’t even bring them to a shelter, and just leave them on the side of the road. Most animals like cats and dogs have more than one baby and so normally the owners just keep one of them.

You should get your animals spayed or neutered because that will help the animals in the shelters to be more likely to get a home, and fewer animals without homes. If you want an animal big or small, then please go to a shelter and get one that doesn’t have a home.

 

— Ingrid Perkins,

Wellsville

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