Stories of Kindness from Around the World

Adopting Animals From Overflowing Animal Shelters

--by SissyLee, posted Aug 31, 2021
I gave a free acupuncture session to my elderly neighbor as a house call. Every time I have had surgery she has brought me fresh produce in lovely baskets.

I am going to adopt a grumpy chinchilla from a rescue I foster for. I still have foster hamsters. Sadly, the rescue is overloaded with surrenders. People don't want their pandemic animal friends anymore. The rescue has had to stop accepting any more animals as they are so full.

My adoption will free up one space. Here is Chayra, wondering where her raspberry is.
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Mish wrote: I was hoping people who had taken in pets for comfort during the pandemic would not have to abandon them...glad there are people like you to come to the rescue. Bless, Sissy ❤️
gardengal10 wrote: You have a grumpy chinchilla? Ha! With more raspberries to munch on, I'll wager that you will have a very happy animal! :)) Thanks for stepping up.
Helenconnell2 wrote: Thank you so much for helping in this way!
pluto178 wrote: Oh wow she is so cute x
drjoybug wrote: Thank you for your animal kindness
Rajni wrote: Thinking of others and helping them has become your attitude. Thanks
michelelpurce wrote: oh so thoughtful of you. it is so sad when people get animals for holidays or in this instance of covid and then tire of them.
mindyjourney wrote: Thank you for your kind heart in providing homes for these wee creatures. LOVE the photo of Chayra ❤️.

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