No-kill shelters are usually run by groups that have volunteers or
individuals with enough space to foster pets until a permanent home can
be found. However, many of these groups and individuals have a finite number
of spaces available. This means they will not take in new animals unless a
space opens up, although they will often take back pets that they have
adopted out previously. Sometimes they try to find the animals foster homes,
in which the animal is placed in a home temporarily until someone adopts it.

The central issue is whether the adoption of a new owner can provide a safe,
secure ,
permanent home pets. Responsible shelters , pounds and animal rescue
organizations refuse to provide them to the judge was unable to provide
the animal with a suitable family man . Sometimes , a new owner may face
training or behavioral challenges , who have been neglected, abused , or
left untrained pet . In most cases , patience , training and consistency of
care will help the pet overcome its pastimages (7)

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