Who Are Animal Hoarders?

Animal hoarding is closely related to attachment disorders. Certain television programs have brought up new awareness regarding the behavior, which in turn helps relatives, friends and even some hoarders themselves to take action and deal with the disorder and its consequences.

Individuals who have numerous pets do not necessarily have the disorder, provided that they are able to provide proper care for the animals. Those, on the other hand, who have unconsciously accumulated an immense number of animals in their homes, despite their disability to provide proper care for them, are considered as animal hoarders.
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