Pet Adoption and Pet Rescue Take Me Home is about pet adoption and pet rescue. When you're looking to add a pet into your life, consider adopting a homeless animal from your local shelter or rescue group. Whether you want a kitten, puppy, or a more mature pet, a purebred or a one-of-a-kind mixed breed, even a rabbit or hamster, your shelter has the best selection of animals anywhere-all screened for good health and behavior. Most shelters will even help you with spaying and neutering. When you adopt a rescued pet, you are giving an animal a second chance at a new life. You also are bringing a new family member into your home, so it's not a decision you should take lightly. It's easy to look at pictures and find a cute dog or cat. But as with people, looks aren't everything. Having a good understanding a dog or cat's personality before you adopt is an important key to selecting the right pet for you. Join host Susan Daffron as she talks to guests from animal shelters and rescues about some of their favorite adop pets. These pets might be "diamonds in the rough" that may have been overlooked, but still need a great loving home. We'll shine the light on these pets and share their personalities, quirks, and stories with you. Because each pet is an individual, we'll talk about their special needs and offer educational information so you can easily deal with common problems such as a dog that jumps on people or a cat that scratches the furniture. Like people, no pet is "perfect." But the goal of Take Me Home is to promote happy adoptions. We'll showcase wonderful pets, tell stories, and even throw some pet education into the mix. So tune in and find out why the "pet adoption option" can be a great way to add a furry companion into your life.