At the start of the pandemic in the spring of 2020, people decided to adopt a pet since they’d be home and had time for an animal. But with a return to work and school in the fall of 2021, shelters are full again and rescue groups are working to find homes for all the animals. “In El Paso, it’s a really bad community when it comes to dogs and cats,” said Jacqueline Zuloaga, an employe with Pet Guardian Angel, a small no-kill shelter. “There are stray dogs everywhere. A lot of people dump dogs, and that’s how a lot of dogs end up on the streets.