Animal shelters can be a noisy place. Dogs often barking in fear and confusion, sometimes barking as they eagerly await a “fur-ever” home. That’s why animal shelter volunteer Jeff Molenda wanted to do something to help relax and destress the animals.
He began a fundraiser to get a sound system installed at the shelter. Studies show dogs prefer reggae, but the cats didn’t like it, so they switched to classical music.
The melodic tunes are a win-win for the shelter as not only does the music relax the cats and dogs, it also is helping anxious adopters relax around the animals too, resulting in more adoptions.
Check out the news clip in the video below.