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CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — The P.E.I. Humane Society is sounding the alarm because the ever-increasing price of proudly owning a pet within the province is prompting extra Islanders to give up their animals.
Ashley Travis, the humane society’s growth and communications co-ordinator, mentioned the group is getting loads of surrenders from individuals who can’t afford the price of proudly owning an animal, resulting in the shelter turning into crammed.
Coupled with gradual adoption charges, which is typical throughout the summer time months, the animal shelter in Charlottetown is working at capability.
The society’s shelter is presently taking good care of over 200 animals, and there is over a dozen extra on the give up waitlist.
“What we’ve been seeing these days is individuals coming in (to give up final minute), and we must place them on a waitlist,” mentioned Travis.
“With over 200 animals in care, we’re organising for a record-breaking 12 months.”
Though the shelter is just not turning animals away, house owners could also be requested to maintain their animals for just a few additional days whereas the shelter prepares the area for correct pet care, Travis famous.
As increasingly pets are given up, the society has made a step-by-step information to assist clarify the method of rehoming a pet obtainable online.
Folks can contact the P.E.I. Humane Society at 902-892-1190 or by electronic mail.