Don’t shop, adopt!

Almost all of us love animals, but these days when we are always on the go and busy, it can be difficult to make that commitment and follow through with a pet adoption. For those busy people, that do not spend majority of the day at home, I recommend cat adoption over dog adoption. Cats are usually very independent and much easier to take care of than dogs.They typically need less attention and do no require such a big time commitment as dogs because cats simply do not need regular walks as they can do their needs in litter boxes or outside if they have the access to get there. In addition, cats food does not cost as much money as for any middle or big-sized dog.

Another advice I would like to share with those that have busy lifestyle and often spend 40 or more hours a week in the office is to go with senior cat adoption rather than getting a little kitten. First of all, if you rescue a cat, you can save nine lives. One does not have a chance to save nine lives that often, right? It is a wonderful and very rewarding feeling, but the main point why it is better to adopt and adopt senior cat or at least little older cat than kitten is because they are usually very good on their own, will let you sleep at night and should not have any accidents at home. On the other hand, little kittens might be waking you up at night by being noisy while playing around and they might have a few accidents before they learn where is the right place to go when they need to.

One of the best cat adoption center in Illinois is Anti-Cruelty Society, an animal shelter that our volunteers and many locals like to call the best animal shelter in Chicago because in case you do have that extra time and prefer dogs, there is a variety of dogs to choose from, too. There are even many other small animals, such as hamsters, guinea pigs, different types of birds and so on. That is why Anti-Cruelty Society is the right place to visit if you are considering any pet adoption.

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