Economy's Woes Mean Housing Crisis For Pets, Too Humans aren't the only ones smarting from the economy's downturn: Animals are also feeling the sting. Stephanie Shain, director of outreach for companion animals at the Humane Society of the United States, explains.
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Economy's Woes Mean Housing Crisis For Pets, Too

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Economy's Woes Mean Housing Crisis For Pets, Too

Economy's Woes Mean Housing Crisis For Pets, Too

Economy's Woes Mean Housing Crisis For Pets, Too

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Humane Society staffer Stephanie Shain (with her dog Sue) runs programs that promote responsible pet-keeping. The Humane Society hide caption

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Humane Society staffer Stephanie Shain (with her dog Sue) runs programs that promote responsible pet-keeping.

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Molly (left) and her brother Panda Bear, together again at Shain's Washington, D.C. home. hide caption

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Molly (left) and her brother Panda Bear, together again at Shain's Washington, D.C. home.