It’s not just the right thing to do; adoption is a reward.
Adoption gives the owner a sense of what the animal has gone through, which sometimes helps understand the way the animal may act and can help find ways to train them.
Adoption gives the animal a new start and a family that will love them no matter what. It can also help a family come together in hard times and help each other get through it.
Though puppies and kittens are cute and cuddly, they can also be a handful. An adult or older pet may be a better fit for you. For example, adopting an adult dog who’s already house-trained and knows basic cues is often much easier than adopting a puppy, who must be taught these things.
An adopted pet is every bit as loving, intelligent and loyal as a purchased pet, even if you get an adult or older animal.
When you buy a pet, you not only deny a homeless pet a home, you are supporting an industry that thrives on short-changing the welfare of animals. Puppy and kitten mills (which sell to pet stores) are in business to make a profit, so they churn out puppies and kittens as fast as they can.
These animals are often in ill-health and have problems like poor socialization skills due to lack of human companionship and genetic defects due to inbreeding
In conclusion, I strongly believe that pet adoption can make our world better because people can change their life and become kinder and happier only showing mercy to animals and being responsible.