Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Adopt A Pet For A Day by Josie Riviera


Did you know that many local pet rescues centers will let you adopt a pet for a day? This is a great way to introduce a furry friend to your family.



First, check with your local animal rescue center to see if they're offering daily pet adopting. Then, spend the day hanging out with your new favorite furry friend. This will not only introduce your family to the challenges of caring for a pet, but the entire family can de-stress because ... what can be cuter than a puppy or kitten?

Also, if you already have a pet, that's OK! It's all about unconditional love.

Do you love animals? Please share your comments below.

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  Josie Riviera is a USA TODAY Bestselling Author of contemporary, inspirational, and historical sweet romances that read like Hallmark movies. She lives in the Charlotte, NC, area with her wonderfully supportive husband. They share their home with an adorable Shih Tzu who constantly needs grooming and live in an old house forever needing renovations. Follow her on Bookbub.



Have you ever tried something you were afraid to try because it mattered so much to you? I did, when I started writing. Take the chance, everyone, and just do something you love.

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21 comments:

  1. We have a houseful of pets. Four dogs, three birds, a corn snake, a cat, a bearded dragon and some fish. If we ever find a place in the country, this list will grow as the whole family loves animals.

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    1. Oh wow, you have some fun and exotic pets! My family loves animals too!

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  2. We have five cats. Two are foster fails. Hubby said no more fostering.

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    1. Sorry to hear about your foster fails, Margaret. I'm sure your cats must be fun!

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  3. Three of my five felines came off the street. Two of them were among 5 abandoned by a family who moved away (we took in 3, but one died only a few months later). The other street cat adopted us and officially became part of the family when we took him into our vet with an injury. The "planned" additions both came from rescue situations: a friend out of state who runs a rescue had a kitten who needed to get out of that environment and into a home with fewer cats, and another friend pulled a cat for me from an area breeder who had to shut down very suddenly due to family issues.

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    1. Lovely that you've rescued these animals! We have a cat who "adopted" us, too!

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  4. I love dogs. I have 2. One is a rescue a chocolate lab mix female named Storm and the other is purchased from an Amish farm, A mini labradoodle female named Harlee.

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  5. We do love animals, although right now all we have is one cantankerous cat. ;)

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    1. LOL, Shanna. And my husband and I, now empty-nesters, have a dog.

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  6. I adopted my cat when he was 8 years old and he's been such a joy. It was easier with him because he was already used to living in a home. I didn't have to train him at all.

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    1. Cindy,
      So nice that you adopted an older cat. Yes, pets are such a joy.

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  7. Over the years we've had lots of cats, dogs, hamsters, and fish. Right now we are petless because we travel so much.

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    1. My husband and I have owned all the animals you mentioned, Merrillee. Currently, we have a small dog who keeps us very busy. :)

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  8. I adopted three cats. There are so many animals in shelters that need homes.

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    1. That's great, Margaret. And oh so true that so many animals need homes.

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  9. We have 2 cats we adopted as kittens from our local shelter. We keep them inside. We have been feeding the stray cats in our neighborhood too, in addition to cat birds (birds who think they are cats).

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    1. I've never heard of cat birds, Sharon. So great that you adopted kittens from your local shelter.

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  10. Josie, it's really great work by you. Though I have a cat and love cat as usual. But none of my cousins doesn't love this pure souls. I think, this one day adopt idea can helps them to love cat any chance. I will let them know about this beautiful adopt system. Hope they will be interested to make adopt a cat. :)
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