I love looking at other animals at my local shelter's website. My shelter is really big and only list five pages at a time on petfinder of their featured animals, but I love looking at the website. I usually look at cats, since I know those are the animals I'd be most likely to adopt, since I've had a lot of cats before and right now I only have one at my house. It makes me so sad sometimes, though, reading their stories, seeing their personalities in pictures and descriptions. Like people that bring them back to the shelter because they didn't get along with other cats. I've had so many cats at one time, and none of them have liked each other right away. Cats have attitude, and sometimes it can take months before they begin to get along and stop fighting. One cat, in particular, is so adorable and looks so scared in her pictures. She cowers in her litter box with her eyes wide in all of them. Her description says that when her past owners adopted kids, the cat didn't adapt well to the change. That makes me so upset that she'd be pushed out by a new adoption, I think they should've worked better with the cat and the children than to just throw her in the pound. She isn't described as vicious or anything, so my guess is she was probably just scared to encounter new kids out of nowhere in her home and just didn't adjust yet.
Another cat, a stray, was shot with an arrow and is now recuperating.That makes me so sad that people could do that, but by pictures and descriptions on his page, he seems like such a happy cat, though.
Anyways, I was wondering if anyone else does this?I love reading the animals stories and seeing their individual personalities, but I wish I could just adopt them all! If I visited the shelter in person to see them, I don't know how I could walk out without adopting one.
Another cat, a stray, was shot with an arrow and is now recuperating.
Anyways, I was wondering if anyone else does this?