Pet Adoption is Covered on "Front Page" with James Earl Jones for Public Television

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Organizations that help find homes for displaced pets are profiled.

A new episode of “Front Page”, hosted by James Earl Jones, will explore the topic of pet adoption. Pet adoption involves an adult assuming guardianship of an animal. In most instances, the pet was abandoned or dropped off at an animal shelter by its previous guardian. Though dogs and cats are the most popular adopted pets, all sorts of other animals like rabbits, hamsters and birds are also adopted into loving homes.

Viewers will learn all about the intricacies of the pet adoption process. Whether consumers are interested in how to adopt a pet, what happens to pets that are not adopted, or how animal shelters take care of pets, viewers will be absolutely captivated by this episode. The segment will also touch on the role of the Internet in pet adoption. A growing number of animal shelters have online databases that prospective guardians can search for information about available dogs, cats, birds and other animals.

All animal lovers and viewers of Public Television programming should not miss this special episode of “Front Page”. Those who enjoy the show will learn all about what is required to adopt a furry friend, why so many animals are homeless, and how they can help bring joy to the life of neglected animals.

"Front Page" is an award winning program distributed to many PBS Member Stations and Public Television.

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