A global issue around the world is animal shelters. Animal Shelters around the world put healthy dogs down and in horrible environments like metal cages with barley any food and water (almost abuse) to make space for other dogs who will later be put down with shots and Euthanasia. Animal shelters find animals on the streets and take them in for a couple weeks not even putting up signs if the dog has a home and owner, not even caring about the actual animal. And the worst thing is that if the dog doesn't get adopted, they think the dog is not wanted, but, truly every dog has a home.
When shelter puts down a dog they use shots with Euthanasia and a long tube attached. Not all animal shelters are the same. Fortunate homeless and unwanted animals end up in the hundreds of open-admission animal shelters that are staffed by professional, caring people. At these facilities, frightened animals are reassured, sick and injured animals receive treatment or an end to their suffering, and the animals’ living quarters are kept clean and dry but, with no bed or toys. Workers at these facilities never turn away needy animals and give careful consideration to each animal’s special emotional and physical needs.To be able to offer a condition of being safe or sheltered from pursuit, danger, or trouble to every animal in need, open-admission shelters must euthanize unadopted and unadoptable animals. The alternative—turning them away—is cruel and leaves the animals in grave danger.