Video – Rural shelters face unique problems, including the huge numbers of cats

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Rural animal shelters face their own set of unique problems. This video outlines some of those issues. It also details the incredible caring people that devote their time to making the lives of homeless pets better. There’s no doubt, there’s an explosion of cats, everywhere. If only people would just spay/neuter their cats – it would help solve so many overpopulation issues.

Paws for Reflection is working on posting more videos now that we’ve found our way around some of the embed problems with WordPress. Paws has been struggling with these issues for over six months. Now that Paws finally has some answers – using javascript and embed codes because html links did not work – readers are bound to see more videos, some funny- some not.

Here, Paws is working with some experimentation with a video I posted on Vimeo a few years ago. I did the video for a community access television station: Mt. Blue Community Access TV. It’s a tad long, but it explains the workings of a small rural shelter. Enjoy!

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How do you think your area animal shelter is stacking up when it comes to animal rescue? Please share.

BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.


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