Senior Pets for Seniors Campaign at Second Chance Pet Rescue
"Senior Pets for Seniors" adoption program is all about senior humans rediscovering the joys of having a dog or cat in their lives. The program places our senior dogs and cats living at Second Chance Pet Rescue with senior citizens who are 62 years of age or older. Because it is so important to us for our senior pets to find that right home and not languish in the shelter, the adoption fee will be waived, yes waived, for our weekly featured Senior Pet.
This week, Second Chance Pet Rescue is featuring Chuck, a very special, super sweet boy that just wants to be near you at all times. Chuck may be considered mature but he is still spunky - like many seniors are these days. Chuck was found swimming all alone in the lake, rescued and brought to the shelter. Thank heaven for special people that cared. Chuck does not need a leash for his daily walks and will walk right beside you. He loves all types of people and would do very well in a household where he can be doted on like the special family companion he deserves to be. Chuck has many loving qualities, but because he is a senior dog, he is overlooked while the cute puppies or younger dogs go home to families. We at Second Chance Pet Rescue believe in second chances. There is some very special senior that will give Chuck his second chance at a loving family.
Both senior adults and senior animals can benefit from a loving friend and companion. Cats and dogs do provide friendship for lonely individuals, offering seniors an opportunity for care taking and interaction that some may miss if family or friends are not nearby. And to an older animal such as Chuck, a senior adult that will dote on them, and spend time allowing them to sit on their lap or lay at their feet is a wonderful way to have a new lease on life that they all deserve.
Our "Senior Pets for Seniors" adoption program makes it possible for senior citizens to have an animal companion in their life. All of our senior pets are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, health checked, and in good physical condition. And our "Senior Pets for Seniors" adoption provides you with the comfort of knowing that if you become unable to care for your new dog or cat, you or a family member may return the animal to us.
Chuck is one of the shelter's favorite resident, so they hope featuring him as this week's Senior Pet will find him that home he so deserves. Contact Second Chance Pet Rescue at 918-786-7630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in adopting Chuck or learning more about our "Senior Pets for Seniors" adoption campaign.
If you would like to help Second Chance Pet Rescue continue to rescue homeless dogs and cats, please mail your tax-deductible donation to P.O. Box 451205, Grove, OK 74345 or donate electronically via our secure website www.doitforthepets.com. Follow us on Facebook.com/Second Chance Pet Rescue for pictures of some of our most amazing pets available for adoption and read about upcoming events and heartwarming stories of adoption.