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PET ADOPTIONS RISE, SHELTER DEATHS FALL AS AD COUNCIL LAUNCHES SECOND WAVE OF HISTORIC PET ADOPTION CAMPAIGN The Ad Council, in partnership with The Humane Society of the United States and Maddie’s Fund, today announced the launch of a second series of public service advertisements (PSAs) for The Shelter Pet Project, a campaign that … Continue reading
To follow up with the success of our dog rescue best practices manual, we are now ready to take the first steps forward to create a cat rescue best practices manual. The format for the manual will be similar in … Continue reading
The Bags 4 Bowls program is a way that people who are not in a position to bring a new dog into their homes can still help. All you have to do is visit the Iams Facebook page and either “Like” or comment there, or you can pick up a specially marked bag of Iams food. Either results in Iams donating one bowl of dog food. Continue reading
I wish my cats could type! I didn’t get to meet Boris at BlogPaws, but I did get to meet his mommy, Kelly, who kindly granted me an interview with Boris, who is a perfect example of the fact that we can ALL lend a hand to rescue causes. You don’t need to walk on two legs to do good deeds – look at Boris! With all four of his paws, he is tirelessly working to help rescues. Continue reading