Getting Ready for National Pet Week
National Pet Week starts next Monday May 7th so if you’re thinking about adopting a pet, your local shelters have several that need a good home.
The American Veterinary Medical Association believes that pets can give you a lifetime of love and companionship.
It is also notable that pet owners have a responsibility to take good care of their animals and provide them with a acceptable home.
I have two cats Maggie and O'Ryan, they are both rescue animals. I got Maggie when I moved into my home 10 years ago. She was quarantined in a local shelter because she had a cold, so I had to wait a couple of days before I could take her home
My wife and I inherited O'Ryan from her daughter, he was a stray and was locked in a store where the owner chased him around with a broom for a couple of days.
He's still a little skittish, but very lovable and will constantly call fort you until you let him sit next to you, check out what he can do in one of the videos I posted below.
National Pet Week is May 7th through the 13th If you're looking to bring a new dog or cat into your home, I suggest you try adoption, there are several places here in the Greater Binghamton area that would love to introduce you to a new member of your family.
Meet my cats in the video below: