Read the passage you won't have a problem finding a gentle or sociable pet at the shelter. you might have the idea that all the animals there have something wrong with them. if they aren't diseased, they must be vicious. "that's just not so," according to toni troy, who volunteers at the ferndale shelter. she says that the majority of its inhabitants are sweet and fearlessly affectionate. good pets are often abandoned by selfish owners who move, have a change in their family situation, or dump the litters after letting their animals breed. sometimes people just decide that they don't want a pet any longer, even if that animal has been with the family for years. other animals wind up at the shelter because they strayed too far from their homes and their families can't find them. which detail is most in revealing that most pets are in shelters due to no fault of their own. a) she reveals that the reader might think there is something wrong with shelter pets. b) she explains that there are gentle, sociable pets at the shelter. c) she says that some pets at the shelter were abandoned by their owners. d) she states that most pets at shelters are "sweet and fearlessly affectionate."
C) She says that some pets at the shelter were abandoned by their owners.
Explanation: In the given passage we can see the explanation of why most pets in shelters are there not because of them, in fact, most of them are very gentle, sociable, sweet and fearlessly affectionate, but they end up in shelters often because they are abandoned by their owners (who move, have a change in their family situation, don't want a pet any longer, etc). So the correct answer is option C.