Owners struggling with inflation unfortunately having to surrender their pets


IAMI – Animal shelters in some areas of the country are seeing more pets returned to their care. Some owners struggling with the rising costs of rent, food, and gas are making the difficult choice to surrender their cat or dog.”

We had to make a decision about, you know, we need a roof for the baby and us,” says Kathya Perec of Florida.S

helters in some parts of the country are overwhelmed and understaffed. J

ulie Skellenger of Kiya Koda Humane Society in Iowa says, “We only have so much space in our facility. So if we don’t have the room, we

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