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Keep pets safe this holiday


Last updated 11/24/2020 at 4:09pm

FALLBROOK- Like everything else in 2020, Thanksgiving will look quite different from traditional ones for more people. There will likely be fewer folks around the dinner table, as friends and extended family connect on video conferencing apps instead.

Although there might be fewer human visitors, one thing that’s certain is that more than 600,000 American homes have newly adopted dogs and cats to be thankful for, with an additional 60,000 or so pets currently grateful to be spending the holiday in foster homes, according to PetPoint’s 24Pet ShelterWatch report.

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