“Pacifism isn’t always the moral course. The moral course (in World War II) was to resist the aggression. (Stalin) made Hitler look like a second story man, but because the world was tired of fighting for what was morally right, millions more had to die.”
Projects or activities like helping stray pets can get out of hand very fast because you get excited about being pro-active and doing something. You may go out and suddenly buy five dozen products in preparation for finding a stray pet. You might get obsessed with the idea and buy too much, overrun your house with preparation, and just get too excited.
Try not to do this. Understand that picking up stray animals is a now-and-then kind of thing; it doesn't happen every day--although I've had periods where it certainly seemed to do that. Control yourself and just buy the very basic items, mostly at dollar stores--a leash, a collar or two in different sizes, a water bowl and food bowl, a bag of dog or cat food, some cans of food. Prepare a place for your stray to sleep, and put the items in your car or house, whatever is appropriate.
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And that's all you need. Take a deep breath, read the book, and if you're still amped up, try volunteering at a rescue organization or a vet to ease you into the pet rescue community. You'll have more success that way, and be much more satisfied with the results. Go boldly, but go slowly.