“We’ve seen families move in with other family members,” said Schellhaas. “Then they have to make that hard decision of who gets to keep their pet, because sometimes the pets just don’t get along or family members just aren’t interested in having large animals if they’re a small animal home.”
The good thing is that there is help out there for pet owners struggling to feed and care for an animal. The Idaho Humane Society’s Pet Food Pantry program can provide people with pet food for up to 6 months at a time for free. They also have low-income grants and payment plans for their veterinary medical center.
IHS: Vote NO on SENATE BILL 1084
The Idaho Humane Society strongly opposes Senate Bill 1084, which seeks to exempt wildlife and exotic animal...