Look around you and the streets would surely be filled with a stray animal or two. Be it your neighbors dog or someone’s cat, it would seem that more and more animals are getting abandoned or getting astray and filling up the strays. Cat culture. Now that’s one term that would seem fitting to describe the stray business that animals are doing. Cats are known for their tendency to go away from their master’s house and go home when they need to. Sometimes, these “cats” don’t know when and where to come home anymore then crowding the streets.
Animal shelters or an animal sanctuary however helps eliminate this cat culture by taking stray animals into their care. Most animal shelters are maintained by volunteers although some are paid for by private organization who mean to help people, the society as well as the animals going astray.
Truly, animals have made a great part living with man as they can be of benefit to people. They may all be lovable and cute but just like people, they have to be taken care of and seen to also. Cat culture only defines how the society and its culture are affected by them and how animal shelters are making a difference by doing their job even if they are not really paid that much on a basis. Animals are animals but they need care like how humans do to. They may adhere to the said cat culture but still, their welfare as well is something to consider for us; a job that most rescue sanctuary does in behalf of people who have come to abandon animals as if they do not care at all.