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Recycler.com Loves Pets

The Recycler Classified Network has been active since 1973 and since then we have helped find thousands upon thousands of pets find homes. In 1995, we expanded our business online in regional markets across the U.S. and then in 2o10 we re-launched Recycler.com as a national brand. Now, with our ability to cater to even the smallest local markets, our site has become one of the largest online forums for helping our little furry (and scaly, feathery, …) friends find loving homes.

With one of the largest sources of pet providers, we think you’ll find the perfect pet to match your personality. Whether it’s a cat, dog, bird, or one of the many other types of pets you’ll find on Recycler.com, always remember that owning a pet is a huge responsibility and you should be 100% sure that you’re ready for it.

We encourage you to start your search in our Rescued Pets section, which can be found in the left hand side bar of the pets section. These pets need the loving care of a dedicated owner more than others. If you work for a pet rescue shelter, please post your available pets on our site using the free option. We hope that our site can help you gain exposure and get more of your pets adopted.

We love pets so much that we’ve dedicated a portion of our blog to pet topics and are dedicated to providing fun and informative posts targeted at pet owners and those considering becoming a pet owner. So if that’s you, subscribe to our RSS feed to get updates pushed to you when they go live. If you are interested in contributing a pet-related post to our blog, please contact us, we’d love to hear from you and share your thoughts with our readers.

Lastly, if you aren’t one of the more than 25,000 friends who have already joined our dedicated pet page on Facebook, jump on over there now and give us a thumbs up. You’ll find a rapidly growing gallery of user-uploaded photos of their pets and a very active and lively discussion board where pet owners are asking questions, sharing tips and getting advice on all things pets.

If you’re passionate about helping pets find homes and you have an idea about how we can do more to help this community, please leave us a comment below or message us through Facebook.