If you are thinking of adopting a puppy, hopefully, you have read the different adoption options to choose from and some things to consider before adding a puppy to your family. If you have done so, then you are ready to move onto picking your breed. BUT! Just because I like to keep you all on your toes, there is actually one more step you need to think about before picking out a breed. What is that you may be asking? Well, that is thinking about the SIZE of the dog you may want.
So you are thinking of getting a cat, or you already have a cat and your curiosity is just killing you. (See what I did there? I wait for the groaning to stop). For many people, the process of getting a cat comes with stages. The first stage is deciding whether or not to get a cat, the next stage is determining WHERE you will adopt your new cat from, and next is deciding on breed and gender.
Knock, knock, knock Penny! Knock, Knock, Knock Penny! Any fans of Big Bang Theory out there? If so, then you probably understand the reference and see the humor behind our naming convention of my parent’s cat Penny. Penny is a special cat and I wanted to make sure to tell her story because it was truly the turning point of my families love for cats.
You got a new cat?! That is wonderful! Hopefully, you have done all the research needed before adopting and all you are waiting on now is to take the cute little kitten home. That hard part is over right?! Eh… not really! You are in a slight limbo where you have picked out your new family member and are just waiting to take them home. So what’s next you may be asking?! What could you have possibly forgotten?!
If you are reading this, chances are you have thought about adopting a dog. Congrats! For some people this process comes naturally, some requires weeks, even months of research to figure out which way is best for them. For some people this process comes naturally, some requires weeks, even months of research to figure out which way is best for them. The intent of this post is to show you ALL options for adoptions (Hehe, see that rhythm there ) so you can spend less time researching HOW to adopt and more time finding your new roommate.