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As animal care providers, you realize the welfare of shelter animals is more than just meeting the basic needs of food and shelter. Providing shelter animals with environmental stimuli helps reduces boredom, stress and undesired behaviors which improves their adoptability. It can also make the shelter a more pleasant environment to workers and potential adopters to be in.
Here’s a list of inexpensive ideas that will engage all the senses.
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