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Addressing pet overpopulation and animal suffering through education and appropriate actions.

Animals are very much like an infant child. They are vulnerable and depend on us, human beings to  love and protect from harm.  

 

Animals give us unconditional love and all they ask in return is compassion. the freedom to allow them to be who they were born to be.

 

Passion For Animals is an extension of Play More Community Activities- a 501(c)3 public non-profit foundation committed to breaking the cycle through Education - Foster - Rescue - Healing & Senior 2 Senior Love Adoptions.         

 

Senior 2 Senior Love Adoption

Pets may help reduce your risk of heart disease

Bringing seniors and adult cats and dogs together. To learn more...

This is one way that we can put an end to the killings of older cats and dogs in the shelters. It is a WIN WIN FOR ALL!

                                                       Companionship for Life!

 

New research confirms and expands earlier studies indicating a link between pet ownership and a reduced risk of developing heart disease.  

  • Owning a pet, particularly a dog, could reduce your risk of heart disease.

  • It is unclear whether owning a pet directly reduces risk.

  • Despite the likely positive link, people shouldn’t get a pet solely to reduce heart disease risk.

http://newsroom.heart.org/news/pets-may-help-reduce-your-risk-of-heart-disease
 

 
 


 
A female dolphin will assist in the birth of another’s baby dolphin, and if it is a difficult birth, the ‘midwife’ might help pull out the baby. Other dolphins, including bulls, will swim around the mother during birth to protect her.               Make a donation. Please!!