Shelter Sentence Examples

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  • The kid needed shelter and warmth.

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  • Hopefully it would offer some kind of shelter from the threatening storm.

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  • He built him a little hut for shelter at night and in stormy weather.

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  • She wasn't in this alone, and it was impossible to shelter the children from it.

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  • He was again forced to give his army rest and shelter, under cover of Murat's cavalry.

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  • It was a place where good people, and timid, helpless people could find shelter in time of war.

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  • Under the shelter of the castle lies the modern village.

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  • The harbour, though recently improved, offers little shelter to shipping.

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  • These driver ants shelter in temporary nests made in FIG.

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  • The oak requires shelter in the early stages of growth; in England the Scotch pine is thought best for this purpose, though Norway spruce answers as well on suitable ground, and larch and other trees are sometimes substituted.

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  • The standard of life of the ordinary well-to-do middle class in England, for example, includes not only food, clothing and shelter of a kind different in many respects from that of a similar class in other countries and of other classes in England, but a highly complicated mechanism, both public and private, for ministering to these primary needs, habits of social intercourse, educational and sanitary organization, recreative arrangements and many other elements.

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  • When concealment is no longer possible terrestrial species, like the Lycosidae, dart swiftly to the nearest shelter afforded by crevices in the soil, stones, fallen leaves or logs of wood, while those that live in bushes, like the Argyopidae, drop straight to the ground and lie hidden in the earth or in the fallen vegetation beneath.

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  • The man who independently plucked the fruits when he was hungry is become a farmer; and he who stood under a tree for shelter, a housekeeper.

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  • It supported a large number of villages and small towns, whose remains are remarkably well preserved, and still serve to shelter a sparse pastoral population.

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  • Take shelter under the cloud, while they flee to carts and sheds.

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  • The streets of the entire business section of the city are roofed over in this manner, and in the summer months the shelter from the sun is very grateful, but in the winter these streets are extremely trying to the foreign visitor, owing to their darkness and their damp and chilly atmosphere.

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  • It wouldn't have been under shelter at my apartment, either.

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  • Shelter against severe storms is needed.

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  • We can use the tarp to build a shelter.

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  • This castle, indeed, yielded a safe shelter to the pope in January 1400, when the Colonnas made their attempt to surprise Rome.

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  • Shelter We missed the tide and had a short portage over the spit at Oronsay.

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  • In Albuquerque a homeless shelter refused $ 1,200 raised by a drag show.

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  • Camp will be in a stone shelter used by the yak herders.

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  • We understand by economics the science which investigates the manner in which nations or other larger or smaller communities, and their individual members, obtain food, clothing, shelter and whatever else is considered desirable or necessary for the maintenance and improvement of the conditions of life.

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  • Emmet's lack of discretion was shown by his revealing his intentions in detail to an Englishman named Lawrence, resident near Honfleur, with whom he sought shelter when travelling on foot on his way to Ireland.

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  • It is connected by a branch line with the main railway of Schleswig, and possesses a good harbour, which affords shelter for a large carrying trade.

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  • There were also frequent and imperious demands for the surrender of fugitives who had sought shelter from the wrath of Attila within the limits of the empire.

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  • The Assembly found shelter in the church of St Louis, where it was joined by the main body of the clergy and by the first of the nobles.

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  • Owing to the lack of shelter in its open roadstead, the port has not become the great commercial centre which its position otherwise qualifies it to be.

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  • Ginger wasn't as facially pretty as Paulette but her figure—stately and full—and her dress—expensive and tasteful— paled her sister-in-law like a queen visitor at a homeless shelter.

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  • We were located downtown next to a homeless shelter.

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  • Commission caught flack for letting audit firms provide certain tax consultancy services to public companies, especially tax shelter advice.

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  • He was bundled into a snow hole for shelter and was subsequently successfully treated for ' frost nip ' .

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  • I've met many people working for Shelter who are fiercely passionate and dedicated to the organization they work for.

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  • To get more food, people would plant a vegetable patch on top of their Anderson shelter.

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  • Open This page from an air raid precaution book had instruction for building an Anderson Shelter.

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  • A frost proof shelter measuring four feet x four feet is attached to the flight at the rear.

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  • Some students may join low-paid workers, who, according to a recent news report have begun to seek shelter in the hostels.

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  • During the brief reprieve, the basement had filled with people seeking shelter, some of whom were wounded from bomb shrapnel.

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  • They can be encouraged by the provision of refugia comprising sheets of bitumen roofing felt on the banks, beneath which they will shelter.

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  • Repair or build a drystane dike to provide shelter for animals and plants such as wall rue, lichens or mosses.

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  • Some are already wearing their school uniforms and have satchels are their backs, ready to go straight to school from their shelter.

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  • By evening a gale running down both sides of the Scottish mainland and small coastal vessels scuttled for shelter.

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  • A mile or so inland will bring you into Friston Forest, which will provide shelter from strong sea breezes.

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  • These rocky reefs provide shelter for a tremendous variety of marine animals and plants and make an excellent place to study the seashore.

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  • The full time worker will erect a simple shelter in which to work.

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  • Once again we sought shelter in the lee of a wood.

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  • Our air raid shelter We were a very large family, Dad was provided with materials to build a double air-raid shelter.

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  • The air raid shelter gave me the idea for the secret room the friends discover in The Secret Room Part 1.

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  • Brick bus shelter should go, community council says More.. .

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  • There was a 1940s bomb shelter at the bottom of the garden, which was better presented than some of the house.

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  • Most old postcards of Broad Street show this cabmen's shelter, which stood in the middle of the street from 1885 to 1912.

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  • This was where the bee skep or hives were kept to shelter them from the rain.

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  • In adverse weather many ships seek shelter in the bay illuminating the night skyline.

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  • The shelter door opened to rough sleepers at 8.00pm to 8.00am for the first time on 15th March.

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  • Refusing food and shelter, and forcing people to suffer starvation is as bad as killing people with bullets in a dictator's regime.

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  • The animals lived in anything from a proper brick sty, to a rough back yard shelter.

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  • A partly subterranean dome about 10 meters in diameter, similar to the hogan of the Navajo, was the uniform shelter.

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  • They are the largest tax shelter adviser in the UK placing around £ 200 million in gross tax shelter investment.

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  • Unlike conventional pop-up beach tents, this shelter has a firm frame provided via fiber... .

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  • The scouts had also been sent worksheets on how to build tepees to shelter under while they waited for their turns.

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  • We walked up to a shelter as the rain became torrential.

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  • The pele tower, built to shelter the family from the border raiders, dates from 1340.

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  • Certainly in the 16th century Eilean Mor provided shelter to the houses and barns of a farming township.

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  • The need for water, food and shelter remains urgent.

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  • You can retreat to the gardens, shelter in one of the conservatories, admire the vistas cleverly created by the original designer.

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  • A simple vivarium can be provided with the light source on one end and a shelter on the other.

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  • Other creatures which live among the plants for shelter and food include water beetles, leeches and flat worms.

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  • Will they perch openly in wet weather or take some shelter?

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  • For the larvae of their makers the galls provide shelter and sustenance.

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  • I'll go and look for shelter.

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  • The German for shelter is Unterkunft.

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  • A small waiting shelter was provided on the down side.

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  • Some people go to an animal shelter with a specific breed in mind.

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  • He was moving quickly, around the building and seeking shelter among the rocks that lined one side of the moonlit beach to separate it from the property of the neighboring set of condos.

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  • Each smoking shelter comes complete with a cigarette butt receptacle to keep the area free from cigarette litter.

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  • I then saw out two aircraft from their HAS (hardened aircraft shelter) which were undertaking a training sortie.

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  • He made his way through the bombing, to a deep underground shelter in the basement of the Herbert Art Gallery.

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  • However, if someone is looking for a more common breed of cat such as a Persian or Siamese, it is possible to find one in a shelter.

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  • I adopted him from a shelter, and he looks and acts like a Maine Coon.

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  • Check with your local shelter or humane society.

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  • Maine Coon cat rescue organizations exist to provide care and shelter for Maines that are homeless, abused, or in need of care for some reason.

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  • A mother's love is like an unending hug, a nurturing shelter that always welcomes.

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  • The igloo has long been known as a very efficient shelter shape to retain heat in cold weather.

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  • During the winter no shelter is necessary for live-stock, nor, during summer, for the grains that are harvested in June and July, and may lie for weeks or months in the field.

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  • This rescue has a Buy a Brick program to help them build a new shelter on land that they currently own.

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  • All cats are fostered; there is not a central shelter per se.

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  • This enables you to sponsor a variety of activities and needs that the shelter may have.

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  • It can be difficult to find a breeder locally. this is also not a cat that you are likely to find at the local animal shelter, although that can happen.

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  • Although owning a Ragdoll cat has many advantages, there are times when an owner can no longer care for a cat, and the animal is placed in a rescue center or animal shelter for adoption.

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  • If at all possible, go to the shelter and see the cat in its environment.

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  • The process for adoption will vary from shelter to shelter or person to person.

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  • If you are adopting through a non-profit animal shelter, most have an adoption process.

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  • If the shelter director has seen a lot of abuse cases, this is more likely.

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  • The last thing you, the shelter or the cat wants is to see the cat wind up back in another shelter.

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  • If the breeder or shelter where you got the kitten had already begun litter training, try to find out which brand of litter they used.

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  • Ask the shelter or breeder which type of food the kitten has been eating.

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  • If you plan to adopt a cat from a local shelter, talk to the director and ask if you can bring a small blanket or bedding for the cat to sleep on for a few days before you pick her up.

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  • No matter which breed your cat may be, whether a purebred or a cat from the shelter, she will need some basic care from day one.

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  • Shelter workers who do not wash their hands between contact with individual cats can also spread these microorganisms.

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  • However, your chances of acquiring a catthat harbors respiratory disease is infinitely higher when you select your animal from a shelter or pet store where exposure to other cats and animals is high and difficult to regulate.

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  • Teach your child the importance of giving to others by selecting books from the Scholastic order form that he or she can donate to the local library, a children's homeless shelter, or a low-income preschool.

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  • Complicated designs like those with octagonal or hexagonal shapes or designs that include a shelter of some sort are more challenging for a first time woodworker.

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  • If you know that bad weather is coming try to put the cushions inside or under shelter.

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  • That said, keeping them under shelter or putting them inside during inclement weather will keep them looking good for longer.

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  • If you know that bad weather is coming try to put the cushions inside or under a cover or shelter.

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  • Self-sufficiency is a way of life in which you depend on less on outside resources to provide you with things like food, shelter and clothing.

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  • You will need to provide food and safe shelter for the chickens and be ready to deal with a lot of droppings.

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  • Wetlands are transitional areas between deep water and drained uplands that provide home and shelter to fish, shellfish and migrating bird populations.

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  • Several tour options are available, including 1-Hour Panorama tour for $24, 90-Minute Insights for $32, 3-Hour Behind the Scenes for $60, 90 Minute Desert Walk for $32, and a 2-Hour Desert Shelter Tour for $40.

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  • If you don't take care of your pet you won't get a knock on your door from the local animal shelter, and the chances of you flushing your computer down the toilet are small.

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  • You can't uninstall or "quit" your pet and if you neglect it it will be taken to a shelter.

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  • You can't get rid of your pet by uninstalling it, and neglect means it will be taken to a shelter to be cared for.

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  • Volunteer programs- such as working at a historical center, museum, animal shelter or hospital.

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  • Check with your local hospital, library, animal shelter, senior center, YMCA or anywhere else you might be interested in helping out.

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  • The next time you see a coconut tree, use your imagination and think of all the tasteful treats you can make from its fruit, roofs and timber that can build shelter, and the oils that keep our skin soft.

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  • His Bar Mitzvah was held at a homeless shelter.

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  • A call to the local humane society or shelter can be useful, and veterinarians and breeders will also be able to direct guests to dog friendly areas.

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  • Visitor QuestionWe took care of a friend's dog this weekend, and also adopted a dog from the shelter.

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  • This year, Helen Woodward Animal Center will team with Iams, Academy Award-winner Diane Keaton and Kristen Bell, star of the hit TV show Veronica Mars, to encourage prospective pet parents to take a shelter pet home for the holidays.

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  • I applaud all the shelter and rescue groups who have made this program the success that it is.

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  • Some will find themselves ill-prepared to meet the needs of their new charge, become discouraged with the amount of care and training needed, and end up dropping the dog off at a shelter.

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  • The Bungalow, offered at Cozy Cat Furniture is a suitable outdoor shelter for both dogs and cats.

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  • Just make sure any shelter you choose offers adequate space for your pet, or he won' be able to use it at all.

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  • However, some of us prefer the do-it-yourself route, and take great pleasure in building our pet's shelter with our own hands.

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  • All-About-Dog-Houses.com offers a variety of dog house plans for do-it-yourself types that are a bit more involved, but still yield a quality shelter.

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  • That said, when you adopt a puppy from any shelter you should still expect certain requirements and fees to be involved.

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  • If you have a specific breed in mind, it will be more expedient to visit a breed rescue website, rather than an all breed shelter.

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  • The shelter will use the information you provide to make an educated decision whether you can provide a particular pet with the care it needs and deserves.

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  • In some cases, a more in depth application may signal that you are dealing with a better shelter, one that isn't quick to unload a puppy to the first person that comes along.

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  • However, be on guard against a shelter that asks very invasive questions.

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  • You could wind up paying hundreds of dollars depending on what's involved, so make sure the shelter is willing to provide you with documentation for all charges involved.

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  • If only the fur is involved, then I recommend you begin with the breeder or rescue shelter you got your dog from, and see what they think about the current changes in your dog's coat.

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  • Should she return it to the shelter she got it from, or is there another solution?

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  • I recently took my little sisters to adopt a puppy at the animal shelter in our town.

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  • I really don't want to return him to the shelter, but that's what it looks like mom is going to make us do.

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  • It sounds as though this shelter probably started out with good intentions, but is now caught in a very bad situation due to lack of operating funds.

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  • If you absolutely cannot keep your puppy, please ask your mom to take you to a shelter in a different town.

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  • Girl and Boy Scouts do a lot of community service projects, and they might be willing to pool together to do a food and necessities collection to help the animals in your local shelter.

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  • If you simply want to breed in order to add another dog to your household, why not consider adopting another needy pup from a shelter?

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  • Consider adopting a homeless Pitbull puppy from a rescue or shelter, especially if you are not planning on competing in shows.

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  • One of the big advantages of adopting from a rescue group or shelter is that the people there often know quite a good deal about the animal you are considering adopting.

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  • These groups often have a screening process for animals that come into their shelter.

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  • Dog rescue shelter organizations are not focused on customer service, the people at the shelter are there to advocate for the dog and try to insure a secure future for him.

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  • Maybe there isn't an animal shelter near you, but you still want to take in a pet that might not otherwise find a home.

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  • If the dog does not show promise, he or she will ideally be brought to a greyhound adoption shelter.

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  • Consider adopting a rescue dog or shelter dog.

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  • Another place to look for a Portuguese Water Dog is at your local rescue shelter.

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  • The group usually has a family sign a contract agreeing to never place the dog in an animal shelter and is willing to take the dog back, at any time, if the family can no longer care for it.

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  • Getting a dog from a shelter is one way to combat the plethora of unwanted pets as well.When looking at a mixed breed dog, you won't usually be able to go by breed characteristics.

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  • When you are looking at a dog, whether at a breeder's home or in a shelter, it can be easy to fall in love with the wagging tail, the soft eyes and the puppy cuteness.

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  • If the dog is to remain outside, check the regulations for your neighborhood so you understand the leash laws and requirements about shelter.

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  • You will also need to invest in a dog house or other shelter where the animal can seek cover from heat, cold or inclement weather.

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  • If the dog house is your pet's main shelter, it needs to be extra sturdy and a comfortable temperature, especially in excessively cold or hot climates.

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  • Although significantly less costly than pet shops or breeders, animal shelter do require fees for adoptions.

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  • It roots firmly, by means of strong woody fibres, and prefers peaty soil mingled with shale or rough gravel, and shady humid positions, such as are afforded by a high rock garden with a north aspect, or by the shelter of a north wall.

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  • In cold places a spot at the foot of a south wall is best, and shelter for the leaves from cutting winds should be considered even where the extra warmth is unnecessary.

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  • The plants named afford them shelter from spring frosts, which is important.

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  • In cold places it needs the shelter of a wall, but is fairly hardy, and so beautiful as to be worth trying anywhere.

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  • Sun they must have, and the shelter must be without shade.

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  • In cold districts it is well to give it shelter, but in the south and west it does not require this.

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  • To do well the soil should be light and warm, with full sun and some shelter.

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  • The silvery and down-covered kinds do best in dry corners and fully exposed, while others, such as the large-leaved, tall-growing herbs, thrive in rich moist soil at the waterside, with some shelter from wind.

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  • Viburnum Cotinifolium - A spreading shrub or low tree of 20 feet, found high on the Himalayas, yet so tender as to need shelter or a place on a warm wall during our winters.

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  • In October lift all it is desired to save, and lay them close together in a slanting direction, at an angle of about 45 degree, in a warm, mellow soil at the foot of a wall or hedge, where, in hard weather, shelter can easily be given.

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  • Sun it must have, but as its slender stalks suffer from winds, it should have shelter without shade.

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  • Their effect in masses near the shelter of walls is very fine in autumn.

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  • Where the evergreen Magnolia does best is in the nooks between bay windows or irregular fronts of dwelling-houses, buttresses on extra high walls also affording a good shelter.

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  • Mexican Orange-flower (Choisya Ternata) - A handsome shrub; in the south and west often thrives with the shelter of a wall and a southern or western aspect, and in high ground, at least, as a bush.

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  • In a special bed the near shelter of hedges is desirable, though their roots should be kept away.

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  • Bare borders are not the places where this noble Lily does or looks best-there is no shelter or support for plants which in their own country have many shrubs for companions and are sheltered by the finest trees of the northern world.

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  • Though hardy in the south of Britain, where it makes a shapely lawn tree, in the north it needs shelter, and is safest against a wall.

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  • It likes shelter, and grows best in warm loam, though hardy anywhere.

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  • To do well with us the Photinias should have a light, well-drained soil, shelter, and sunshine.

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  • A slightly shaded spot should be selected, where they might be planted among flowering plants suitable for the same treatment and affording the needed shelter.

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  • A good plant is strong enough to cover a high fence or wall, but it likes best to scramble about freely among other shrubs which give it support and shelter.

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  • The flowers are four to six on a spike, and the plant varies from 6 to 10 inches high, according to the soil and warmth and shelter of the position.

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  • When young it grows well in the shade of other trees, and it is an excellent tree to plant for shelter, as it will grow in the most exposed situations.

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  • It should have shelter and as warm a soil as we can give it, although it grows well near the sea and sea gales have power to injure it.

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  • A well-drained subsoil with a porous surface soil suits them best, and shelter from hard frost and nipping winds is of great service.

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  • They like shelter, even from southerly winds, and peaty soil suits them best, though they grow well in loam.

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  • In this case, it is important to select cultivars with short growing seasons or to prepare to shelter your tomato plants from frost in the fall.

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  • Normally, a south-facing location up against an existing shelter.

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  • Planting larger plants in order to provide shelter to more fragile plants is another reason gardeners use companion plants.

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  • Ideally, choose a spot that offers protection from the elements, or over which you can place some type of shelter.

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  • If there is a shelter provided, it must allow the animal to be comfortable and have natural movement.

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  • Review the layout of your home with your family and make sure that everyone understands where they should seek shelter if tremors should start.

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  • You will want to take shelter underneath a desk or other heavy piece of furniture or next to an inside wall so that objects are less likely to fall on you.

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  • When you take shelter, make a point of shielding your face by tucking it into the crook of your arm.

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  • In a situation where you are outside when the earthquake hits, find a spot that is away from buildings, power lines or trees to take shelter.

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  • Think about what you need to do to keep you and your family safe and practice finding safe spots in your home to take shelter.

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  • If you are at home or in a small building, seek shelter in a basement away from any windows.

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  • Make certain that you are not under heavy objects on the floors above you, such as refrigerators, or pianos.If the structure does not have basement seek shelter in a small room, such as a closet or bathroom, or in a bathtub if possible.

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  • If you are in a large building such as an office or apartment building, a school or hospital seek shelter in an area, such as a bathroom or an interior stairwell, in the center of the building on the lowest level that you can access.

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  • If you live in a mobile home, leave it and seek shelter at a community storm shelter or any nearby permanent building.

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  • If there is not a shelter or permanent structure nearby, lie flat the ground on your stomach.

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  • Otherwise, leave your car and seek shelter in a nearby building.

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  • Do not seek shelter under a bridge or an overpass.

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  • Some centers open their doors to give seniors a safe place to take shelter from the heat during warmer months, while others serve meals to their members as part of their services.

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  • If you are a pet lover and are physically able, volunteer at an animal shelter.

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  • If you're taking a loved one out for morning, a regular visit to a shelter followed by a nice lunch makes for great one-on-one time.

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  • Having to get this game or that game causes some people to forget about the necessities in life like shelter, food, and family duties.

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  • The voluptuous barkeep is grateful and tells him if he disposes of their rat problem in the basement, she will give him food and shelter.

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  • From Creep by Radiohead to Gimme Shelter by The Rolling Stones, there are tracks to satisfy all tastes of rock n' roll.

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  • The villagers' immediate needs -- food, shelter, and so on -- need to be met, but you also have to ensure their longevity and sustainability.

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  • In return we offer love, kindness, food, shelter and protection.

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  • The Berghaus Womens Glissade II Jacket makes a waterproof option for women trying to take shelter from the rain.

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  • The tent just straps to the sides of your truck bed and you are set with a stable camping shelter.

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  • You need to be able to live off the land, know how find shelter and have the skills to keep yourself safe.

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  • After hiking south for many hours along the Pennsylvania section of the Appalachian Trail (A.T.), the two women pitched a tent at the Birch Run Shelter and slept through the night uneventfully.

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  • Optional Features - Some tents are very basic, providing nothing more than the shelter you need to remain safe from the elements.

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  • The first and most important thing to consider when planning for camping in snow and wind is your shelter.

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  • These hammocks, which are usually made out of nylon, provide both shelter and a comfortable place to sleep.

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  • The shelter comes courtesy of a tarp that extends over the top.

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  • The family is the child's source of economic resources, which meet the child's various physical needs for food, shelter, and clothing.

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  • After-school activities can also include scouting and volunteering, such as working with the Red Cross, a local animal shelter, a homeless shelter, or in a political campaign.

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  • Physical neglect is the failure (beyond the constraints imposed by poverty) to provide adequate food, clothing, shelter, or supervision.

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  • Young people who run away and do not return home may remain on the street, go to a shelter, or be placed in foster homes by welfare agencies.

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  • For shelter they may stay with strangers, spend nights in bus stations, all-night coffee shops, and other public places, or stow away in empty or abandoned buildings or even in stairwells.

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  • These offer safe shelter, food, counseling, and advocacy services to help young people deal with parents, police, and the courts.

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  • This is an obstacle for some young people who do not want their parents contacted, even though the shelter does not press them to return home.

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  • Persons should also seek shelter indoors during a thunderstorm to avoid being struck by lightning.

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  • According to Shelter Off Shore, nodding means the same there as it does in the United States, but shaking your head back and forth will imply that you don't know the answer, rather than no.

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  • Visit Shelter Off Shore for more information on adapting to life in Turkey.

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  • According to Shelter Off Shore, the type of visa you'll need in Turkey depends upon where you're from, how long you plan to stay, and what you're going to do there (work or start a business, for example).

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  • In other words, by definition, commercial property is used for the purpose of making money rather than as simply a means of shelter.

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  • They can help you find a shelter, if you need one.

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  • Help can also come in the form of assistance in other areas, like help with paying for groceries or shelter, leaving you more money to pay your medical bills and other baby-related expenses.

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  • Supplemental Security Income is available to help people pay for shelter, clothing, and food.

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  • Every child deserves to have their basic needs for food, clothing, shelter, and education met.

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  • Rule Number 5 states, "You are entitled to food, clothing, shelter, and medical attention.

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  • This animal shelter is a wonderful place for you and your family to go to both bring home a new loving member of your family and to learn about how to make the lives of all animals in the Bay Area better.

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  • The progressive organization, a model for other humane societies across the nation, offers shelter and sanctuary for over 8,000 animals every year.

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  • Since 1979, in addition to being a non-profit shelter for stray animals, the humane society has also been in charge of the animal services for the entire county.

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  • The shelter offers the services ranging from adoption to lost pet searches to spaying and neutering to training and education.

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  • Adoption - The most important work that any animal shelter performs is putting animals into loving homes.

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  • This shelter has dogs and cats available for adoption, as well as some less traditional animals.

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  • Purchasing the very first sun shade you find might just leave you with a flimsy shelter that blows over with the first strong breeze.

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  • A good coverup will take away the chill after a cool dip as well as offer a bit of shelter from the sun.

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  • Locally, you can go to your neighborhood hospital, police station or children's shelter and ask if they accept donations.

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  • It is an animal shelter that houses abandoned dogs, cats and pocket pets, such as rabbits and hamsters, for the purpose of finding them new forever homes.

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  • Adopters must keep their new pets for life or return them to the shelter if extenuating circumstances occur.

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  • The shelter has a list of available pets on Petfinder.

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  • Potential adopters should visit the shelter to meet their new best friend, bringing along all household members, including other pets.

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  • All shelter animals are altered (spayed or neutered) and vaccinated before they are adopted out.

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  • Cats are not declawed unless it was done prior to the shelter acquiring them.

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  • This animal shelter will take in pets if owners can no longer care for them.

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  • Note that this humane society is not a no-kill shelter and does not guarantee placement.

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  • The shelter offers the Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) right at their office.

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  • Licenses are available through the shelter as well.

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  • The humane society is happy to accept donations of items that will benefit the pets at the shelter.

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  • Often the shelter has special fund raising promotions, such as selling hearts for Valentine's Day.

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  • Those wishing to give time instead of money or goods can volunteer at the shelter or foster animals in their homes.

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  • The shelter has standard adoption requirements to insure that their pets will be good fits with their new families.

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  • This helps the shelter insure a good fit and minimizes bad matches which may cause adopters to return a pet to the shelter.

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  • The shelter tries to take a non-judgmental approach to accepting animals for surrender.

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  • However, since this shelter accepts any animal brought to it, there are cases of humane euthanasia for space issues.

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  • A fee to help assuage the cost of the animal's care while in the shelter is also required.

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  • All surrenders are final and the shelter does not provide updates, with the exception of the AnSWER Program.

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  • The shelter is at 1411 Main Street, N.W., in between Avocet street and Crane Street.

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  • An online contact form is also available for those who wish to reach the shelter during off hours.

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  • The shelter has the same hours as all Animal Humane Society locations.

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  • The shelter welcomes visits by individuals looking to adopt a cat, dog, bird or small furry animal, such as a hamster.

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  • The shelter advises new adopters to make a vet appointment within two weeks of adoption.

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  • People are invited to visit the shelter with their pets on scheduled Sundays and get a nail clip at the same time (sorry, pets only!).

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  • In the unfortunate event of the loss of a pet, the shelter offers cremation services.

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  • Children are invited to attend summer camp at the shelter, where they will learn about caring for homeless animals and also help to support the mission.

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  • The shelter holds a Walk for the Animals and other fundraisers each year and welcomes volunteers who wish to foster animals, provide veterinary assistance or work in the office.

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  • The Animal Humane Society is a no-kill shelter that not only houses abandoned animals but provides a wide range of services and programs as well.

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  • There are options such as classroom visits or shelter tours.

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  • Once an animal is brought to the shelter they receive an exam, vaccines and any necessary medical treatment.

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  • The Humane Society is a no-kill shelter.

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  • Its main goal is providing shelter and adoptions for homeless animals, but it also offers additional related services.

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  • The shelter is open seven days a week for adoptions and animal surrenders.

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  • There are fees for both surrendering and adopting animals to help offset the cost of caring for animals while they are at the shelter.

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  • This includes the cost of microchipping, altering and vaccinating all shelter residents.

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  • This humane society is considered a no-kill shelter, since animals can stay until they are adopted regardless of how long it takes.

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  • If the shelter deems the animal unadoptable, they can pick up the animal and consider other options.

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  • The shelter has a microchipping clinic every first Sunday of the month from 1 to 3.

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  • Finally, the shelter offers numerous opportunities for volunteers.

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  • They can choose to work in the shelter, either caring for animals or working in the office.

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  • The shelter relies on gifts from individuals and corporations to fund the majority of its operating budget.

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  • Shelter staff accept monetary donations, stock and vehicles that go to support the animals.

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  • Since the shelter is a 501c(3) nonprofit organization, contributions are tax-deductible.

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  • Nonmonetary items the shelter accepts include newspapers, cardboard toilet paper tubes, plastic bags, blankets and towels, dog and cat toys and food.

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  • The shelter is near the corner of Beulah Lane and Jessamine Avenue West.

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  • Each of the locations provide a shelter for pet adoption or surrender.

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  • Although the Minnesota Humane Society, formed in 1869, is the oldest humane society in the state, they do not operate their own shelter.

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  • The animals are vaccinated, spayed or neutered and cared for medically before being brought to a no-kill shelter.

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  • If there is not any room at the shelters, they are brought to a foster home until there is room at the shelter where they stay until they find their forever home.

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  • The shelter rescues cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs and other domestic animals and also rehabilitates wildlife.

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  • The person is invited to come to the shelter to interact with the animal in one of the interview rooms.

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  • A shelter employee makes a follow-up call to ensure the new relationship is working out.

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  • Finally they must agree, in writing, to return adoptees to the shelter if they can no longer keep them.

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  • The shelter invites people to submit applications ahead of time if they are looking to find a specific breed so that they can be notified when one comes in.

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  • The shelter offers dozens of classes throughout the year to educate both pet owners and animal professionals.

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  • During meetings, kids learn about the shelter and caring for animals, but they also participate in social activities, such as pizza and game night.

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  • More information is available at the shelter.

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  • Those looking to help the shelter, by donating funds or donating time, have several options.

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  • Save the Children and World Vision are both poverty-focused organizations that provide kids with food, shelter, healthcare and education.

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  • You can also donate your time by volunteering at your local shelter or rescue organization, or by refusing to shop at pet stores and other locations that utilize the business of puppy mills.

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  • Cathedral Shelter of Chicago strives to help the homeless community overcome problems of addiction and unemployment through a wide range of programs such as tutoring and counseling.

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  • The Cathedral Shelter is located at 1668 West Ogden Avenue in Chicago.

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  • There is a demand for clean water, shelter, food and medical attention.

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  • This nonprofit is helping provide shelter to those affected by the earthquake disaster in Haiti.

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  • Examples of property donations could be furniture donated to the Salvation Army, a building donated for an after school tutoring program, or clothing donated to a women's shelter.

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  • Habitat for Humanity is one of the most influential international charity organizations to help people around the world receive adequate shelter when they need it most.

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  • Those houses give shelter to over 1.75 million people around the world.

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  • The organization operates residential campuses in Boulder City, Nevada and Bulverde, Texas, as well as an emergency shelter located just north of San Antonio, Texas.

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  • Animal charities raise funds to provide free or low-cost veterinary care, provide shelter to homeless animals, match animals with individual wanting to adopt, prevent animal cruelty and protect endangered species.

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  • Pets require food, water, shelter, medical attention, and plenty of human contact.

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  • Blacks and those of mixed race began to mask themselves as Native Americans, both to honor the suffering of those tribes and as a mark of respect for the tribes' history of providing shelter and assistance to runaway slaves.

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  • Your physician can offer counseling or connect you with a therapist, a shelter, or a local hotline.

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  • It is in his choice to remain dependent on his parents for his food and shelter.

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  • A local domestic violence program may also be able to assist with counseling, linking up with resources in the community, and help finding safe shelter.

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  • If you are a victim, seek help from someone you can trust or contact a domestic violence shelter immediately.

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  • Not allowing your significant other to have important things such as food, shelter or other basic needs is a not only a sign of neglect but abuse as well.

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  • Have you ever gone to pick out a pet at a store or shelter and wondered why you connected with one animal and not another?

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  • That means you'd need a shelter already built and waiting for you.

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  • Compounded by the world conditions of terrorism and war, bomb shelter sales are off the charts.

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  • This sense of duty will drive her to rescue an abandoned puppy, volunteer at a soup kitchen or collect blankets for a homeless shelter.

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  • While most parents realize the importance of providing food, shelter, and clothing for their kids, some underestimate the need for time.

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  • Basically, when a child's guardian fails to provide the basic comforts and needs of life, including food, shelter, clothing, and supervision, he or she could be charged with child neglect.

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  • Physical neglect might involve refusing to provide adequate food, shelter, abandonment, and even health care.

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  • For example, a younger child needs a parent to take care of his basic needs, such as food, clothing, and shelter.

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  • While they fulfill their children's basic needs for food, shelter, and clothing, there may be little communication or interaction.

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  • Whether you help out at a local food bank, animal shelter or by cleaning up the park, you will not only save money on a date but give something back, as well.

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  • It gives you shelter and property that you not only own, but also can alter however you choose.

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  • If you get to the point where you have more bargains than storage space, consider donating some of your excess to the local food bank or a nearby homeless shelter.

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  • Relative poverty does not measure a household's ability to provide the essentials of life, such as food, clothing, and shelter.

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  • The organization assisted more than 30 million people in 2008 with everything from basic needs such as food, clothing, and shelter, to emergency disaster relief, youth camps, elderly services, and drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.

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  • If you have extra toiletries, cleaning supplies, or canned goods, consider donating these items to a food pantry, homeless shelter or other worthy organization.

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  • In these cases, consider collecting several samples of useful items and then donating them to a shelter or pantry that helps low-income individuals.

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  • If your financial crisis is related to a basis issue such as finding food or shelter, there are government organizations and charitable groups that may be able to help.

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  • Proper fitting hiking footwear also offers the best in comfort and shelter for your feet.

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  • She gave the Scavos shelter in her basement during a threatening tornado and sacrificed herself when there wasn't enough room for her under the stairs as the house collapsed.

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  • These large RVs come with all the basic amenities, while providing ample shelter for medium and even large families.

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  • This no-sew blanket is a great way to make something useful for the local shelter or even provide a warm gift to nursing home residents, reinforcing the principles of community service and compassion.

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  • Shelter Pub offers a free illustrated guide to desk stretches.

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