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www.aspca.org/animal-homelessness/shelter-intake-and-surrender/pet-statistics

The number of dogs and cats euthanized in U.S. shelters annually has declined from approximately 2.6 million in 2011. This decline can be partially explained by an increase in the percentage of animals adopted and an increase in the number of stray animals successfully returned to their owners.

www.dosomething.org/facts/11-facts-about-animal-homelessness

Explore Campaigns Find ways to take action both online and off.; What is DoSomething.org? A global movement for good.

www.esdaw.eu/stray-animals-by-country.html

Annually number of abandoned and homeless companion animals (stray animals) by country - There is no European (EU) central statistics on this, the information is in each country. Some countries have no control or statistics on the number of abandoned or homeless companion animals located in the country, therefore the following figures (¤) are estimated from our contacts in Europe.

www.wildlifeanimalcontrol.com/straydogs.html

Stray Dog Habitat and Behavior: A stray dog can live almost anywhere people live. In rare instances, stray dogs may join coyote packs. Wolves are less tolerant of dogs and will likely kill a stray that enters the pack territory. Stray dogs live on the outskirts of humanity and because of this they are usually leery and mistrustful of humans.

www.tieraerztepool.de/fact/en/fakten-ueber-strassenhundepopulationen

Generally speaking, stray dogs are ones that live on the streets without having an owner, or that have lived their lives without being domesticated. Stray dogs usually feed on any rubbish that is left outside, which is why you find them close to populated areas. Some of the animals, although living wildly on the streets, are fed by people.

www.straypetadvocacy.org/overpopulation_stats.html

The final list had 5,042 names. All responses were kept confidential. Information linking the names of shelters with their responses was not released. Please note: It is not possible to use these statistics to estimate the numbers of animals entering animal shelters in the United States, or the numbers euthanized on an annual basis.

www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/12-alarming-facts-about-pet-homelessness

Let’s dig in to some of the cold, hard facts on pet homelessness, shall we? There are about 70 million stray animals living in the U.S.; Of this 70 million, only about six to eight million cats ...

www.statisticbrain.com/animal-shelter-statistics

Animal Shelter Statistics Total number of nationwide animal shelters 5,000 Number of companion animals that enter into animal shelters nationwide annually 5 million Average annual number of companion animals that ...

www.aspca.org/animal-homelessness/shelter-intake-and-surrender

Stray animals are often found on the streets and brought in by Good Samaritans or local law authorities. Unchecked stray populations tend to grow in areas without accessible and affordable spay/neuter services. Animals rescued from cruelty can come from situations like hoarding cases, dog fighting rings and puppy mills. These animals often ...

www.naiaonline.org/articles/article/the-global-stray-dog-population-crisis-and-humane...

The scope of the stray dog problem in many parts of the world is unimaginable by American standards. Street and village dogs have always been part of the developing world’s landscape, but exploding populations, increasing attacks on citizens,1 and spiraling rabies epidemics have transformed this issue from a third world problem to a global public health priority.