Animal Hoarding Is a Difficult Issue

An ideal home and family would have just the right number of pets that you can love and care for without things getting out of hand. The right number of pets may vary from person to person or family to family and may depend on the amount of responsibility and expense each individual is ready to take on.

An environment wherein “pets” are in squalid conditions and may have illnesses that their owners are unable to take care of due to the high number of them in a home are what you can see in an animal hoarders home, and may need action from an outside party. This kind of living is not what the animals nor the humans responsible deserve.
According to this article, “Hoarders fail to provide minimal standards of animal care, while also denying or minimizing the impact that this has on the animals and people in the household. Hoarders also strive to maintain their collection of animals — or add more — even as living conditions deteriorate.”

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