In addition to providing excellent legal representation to victims of personal injury, Jainchill & Beckert, LLC, is also committed to serving our community by helping find homes for stray pets throughout the state and country.

PLAINVILLE, CT, January 26, 2023 /24-7PressRelease/ — Jainchill & Beckert, LLC, is proud to announce its new Pet of the Month Program. The aim of this program is to bring attention to the large population of homeless pets throughout the United States. We believe in the importance of coming together as a community to find humane solutions to this problem. Join us.

In furtherance of this cause, our website and social media will be featuring a homeless pet waiting to be adopted by a loving family every month. Follow us, like, and repost to help spread the word! We will also be partnering with pet shelters throughout Connecticut. To explore shelters near you, follow this link.

How Serious Is Pet Homelessness in the United States?

The United States is home to an exceptionally large population of homeless pets. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) reports that approximately 6.3 million stray pets enter shelters each year nationwide. Fortunately, this number represents a considerable drop from a rate of 7.2 million over a decade ago. We are committed to bringing down the number even further.

Another heartbreaking aspect of this national problem is the number of stray pets killed when a home cannot be found for them. Sadly, over 900,000 stray pets are euthanized annually in the United States. Though this number represents a huge drop from the 2.6 million euthanized in 2011, we still have a long way to go before zero strays are killed for simply not having a place to go. As a society, we can do better.

How Can We Help in Connecticut?

The best place to make a positive change is in your own local community. In Connecticut, there are approximately 3.6 million pets in animal shelters at any given time based on data from 2019-2021.

Fortunately, the rate of homeless pets who are spared their lives — sometimes referred to as the “save rate” — is 92% in Connecticut, significantly higher than in many other states. Further, of the 92 animal shelters in the state, 78 are no-kill shelters committed to housing their animals until they find a home.

Even so, 281 homeless dogs and cats were euthanized in Connecticut in 2021. By spreading the word, 92% could easily become 100%. By working together, we can achieve this goal.

A Law Firm Committed to Excellent Service and Representation

Jainchill & Beckert, LLC, is a personal injury law firm dedicated to helping accident victims understand their legal rights and secure the full and fair compensation they deserve. We proudly deliver excellent legal representation our clients can count on each and every time. To learn more about our services and members of our team, visit our website.

For the original version of this press release, please visit here