No Surprise Here: Colorado is One of the Best States For Pets
Every time you pass a patio in Northern Colorado, you see a dog lounging in the sun beside its owner. Every time you hit a brewery in Fort Collins, there's a dog somewhere, anywhere. Maybe even helping to brew an amazing collab beer:
(You know that got me in the #ThirstyThursday feels)
SafeWise.com did a study of the friendliest states to our pets, and here's what they had to say about Colorado:
The Centennial State is home to 74 no-kill shelters and 2,150 veterinarians too. Colorado also has some of the nation’s best animal protection laws. For example, domestic abuse can include crimes against a victim’s animal, and veterinarians are required to report suspected cruelty.
Oregon did beat us out for number 1, and unfortunately, Wyoming made the list of 'worst' places for pets...it landed as #3.
No matter what, it's pretty easy to see that Colorado is nothing short of a pet haven. Take a peek through the #FortCollins instagram feed and you'll see adorable shots like this:
You get the point. Show us a picture of your pet— tag @999thePoint on Instagram and we might just share your photo with our fans!