Pets continue to suffer in economic downturn

03/16/2011 | Auburn Journal (Calif.) · Virgin Islands Daily News, The

The number of animals surrendered to U.S. shelters continues to rise as more owners can no longer afford to care for their pets because of the economic downturn. A shelter in Auburn, Calif., says it accepted almost 50 more dogs in January and February alone compared with the same period last year, while a rescue facility in the Virgin Islands reports taking in about 3,600 animals in 2010, up 20% from the previous year.

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