Nebraska Humane Society Shares Adoption Tips



The Nebraska Humane Society is currently having a vacation adoption sale featuring half-life creatures and “pick your price” cats. But there are a few things to consider before bringing a pet home. “All of these animals need a second chance. And literally, you are giving them a second chance,” said Pam Weise, spokesperson for the Nebraska Humane Society. If you have the location, time, and resources, adopting a new pet might be perfect for you. You can still adopt, not buy, for a dog or cat. “There are a lot of rescues around that are breed specific so you can’t find what you’re looking for here at the Nebraska Humane Society,” Weise said. But before you pick up the pooch, you should consider this: taking care of a pet takes time, money, and a good environment. Sometimes people pull the trigger too quickly and end up firing the animals. It is important to visit a shelter first and find the perfect feline. “You want to make sure that if you’re looking for a couch potato you don’t end up with a marathon runner who wants to run 25 miles every day. If you’re going to be home a lot, you might be able to pick up a pet that really, really wants to cuddle and be with people. Whereas if you work a lot, an animal that wants attention may find other ways to get that attention and that may not be positive, ”Weise said. Gifting a pet is usually not a good idea either. The Humane Society believes that the adopter must meet the animal and make the choice. Here you can buy gift certificates and other pet supplies to give to your loved one. The NHS saw fewer animals admitted during the pandemic, but they saw more staying here longer. If you feel interested in adopting, you can always find help here. “We can do a lot of coaching and give you a lot of information about the animals that are here. And you’ll have a pretty good idea of ​​what might match your personality and your lifestyle,” Weise said.

The Nebraska Humane Society is currently having a vacation adoption sale featuring half-life creatures and “pick your price” cats.

But there are a few things to consider before bringing a pet home.

“All of these animals need a second chance. And literally, you are giving them a second chance,” said Pam Weise, spokesperson for the Nebraska Humane Society.

If you have the location, time, and resources, adopting a new pet might be perfect for you. You can still adopt, not buy, for a dog or cat.

“There are a lot of rescues around that are breed specific so you can’t find what you’re looking for here at the Nebraska Humane Society,” Weise said.

But before you pick up the pooch, you should consider this: taking care of a pet takes time, money, and a good environment. Sometimes people pull the trigger too quickly and end up firing the animals. It is important to visit a shelter first and find the perfect feline.

“You want to make sure that if you’re looking for a couch potato you don’t end up with a marathon runner who wants to run 25 miles every day. If you’re going to be home a lot, you might be able to pick up a pet that really, really wants to cuddle and be with people. Whereas if you work a lot, an animal that wants attention may find other ways to get that attention and that may not be positive, ”Weise said.

Gifting a pet is usually not a good idea either. The Humane Society believes that the adopter must meet the animal and make the choice. Here you can buy gift certificates and other pet supplies to give to your loved one. The NHS saw fewer animals admitted during the pandemic, but they saw more staying here longer. If you feel interested in adopting, you can always find help here.

“We can do a lot of coaching and give you a lot of information about the animals that are here. And you’ll have a pretty good idea of ​​what might match your personality and your lifestyle,” Weise said.


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