As the economy continues to decline, more and more individuals are losing their jobs and facing foreclosure on their home. Many people forget that it isn't just the owners who lose their home.
Often times, the pets of those who lose their home are forced into shelters or worse, left behind. In this infographic, you'll learn how pets suffer during hard economic times and how you can help these furry companions.
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Sidebar:The recession began in 2007, and by November of 2009 unemployment was well over 10%.
Spaying a dog can cost $50 to $175.
A female dog and her offspring have the potential to give birth to 67,000 dogs in 6 years.
Leaving your animals in your foreclosed home can fall under neglect and abuse and you could be prosecuted.
Animals don't have to suffer with you during your financial hardships. Before you move out or if you just can't afford to keep them anymore, find your animal companion a suitable environment where they will have a happier future.
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