So I recently went to a animal shelter to adopt a dog and the living conditions where horrible. The animals had barely any room and only got to be outside for around a hour a day. The people who work there said that pounds have worse living conditions, if that's ture then that's pretty sad. I had an idea of starting a farm/animal shelter where dogs and cats can have room to themselves and be able to be outside and be in fresh air. I'd also allow people to adopt animals for free if they can prove they'd give the animal a loving home. I'm not sure if this is a good idea or not and would love some feedback. Also would it be hard to start something like that on a legal standpoint?
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It's a brilliant idea! My dad wants to do the exact same thing; also on a farm, so that they have enough freedom & space to themselves. It's very sad. I saw a picture on Facebook of a black lab laying in a corner, & it refuses to face people, it keeps its head tucked away, facing the wall. It lies in its own urine.
The dog thought its owners were going to take it to the vet, but ended up taking it to a shelter, never to return again. It's cruel - if people aren't fit to be dog/cat owners, they shouldn't get them in the first place. Dogs have minds like 3-5 year-old children. The more they associate with human beings, the more intelligent & human-like they become.0
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