Thursday, September 28, 2017

Shining a Light on Pet Adoption #RememberMeThursday #RememberTheRescue

Today is Remember Me Thursday. Our friends at the Helen Woodward Animal Center want everyone worldwide to remember those cats who died in shelters never having known a real home and to shine a light on those homeless cats still looking for a forever home.

Shining a Light on Pet Adoption

This post and this campaign mean the world to this little ghetto kitteh who was once a shelter cat. Remember Me Thursday® is a global awareness campaign uniting individuals and pet adoption organizations around the world as an unstoppable, integrated voice for orphan pets to live in forever homes. Each year over 2.7 million pets die in shelters without a forever home which gives this kitteh leaky eyes.

Today the entire world will share the importance of pet adoption and shine a light on all orphan pets waiting in shelters and rescues. In 2016, people using #RememberTheRescue and #RememberMeThursday reached nearly 340 million people on social media. Join the 249 organizations and rescues that are registered this year. In 2017 let's strive to reach even more people.

Shining a Light on Pet Adoption

Let's get the entire world talking about pet adoption. Tweet, tag, post and share the beauty that is the life-saving significance of pet adoption on social media using #RememberTheRescue and #RememberMeThursday. You can win money, food and toys for your shelter if you post by September 30.

Let's honor the lost pets who ran out of time and bring awareness to the pets we can still help by working together and using our voices. Be the voice for those without a voice. I'm thankful I can speak for those who can't and advocate for adoption.

Adopt. Don't Shop.

Shining a Light on Pet Adoption

18 comments:

  1. Spay and Neuter!
    Adopt, Don't Shop!
    Remember the shelter animals!

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  2. Great post indeed! Adoptions are just the best and every critter deserves that kind of happiness. Thanks for joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop CK!

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  3. What a significant day this is. Thank you, CK, for being a voice for the voiceless.

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  4. Thanks for lighting up social media today! This is such important info to share.

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  5. Love your post CK, and how you use the little candle to LIGHT UP #RememberMeThursday. I am sharing for our favourite NYC foster network too and Twitter is buzzing! We shared your post.

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  6. ck.....we R all rezcuze N we hope a bazillion petz findz ther foreverz home be coz oh thiz day !!!! ☺☺♥♥ thanx for sharin thiz post ♥♥♥♥

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  7. Great posty CK. We so wish every anipal had a wonderful luvvin' furever home like we do. Big hugs

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Raena

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  8. CK, you do this day proud! What better way to get people to pay attention than to share the most stunning rescue ever!

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  9. We love your post CK and we are soooooooooooo happy you were adopted!! catchatwithcarenandcody

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  10. Today is such an important day. The world needs to understand that adoption is the only option.

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  11. Love your story CK and looks like the campaign was a big success this year.

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  12. Great post CK! We are all about adoption. I am glad you have a wonderful home, I wish all cats were so lucky. XO

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  13. We were shocked to learn how few pets are adopted from shelters. Less than 1/3 is a sad statistic. We need to change that. That's why this day, #RememberMeThursday, is so important.

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  14. My assistant head explodes every time she reads that statistic about 2.7 million pets being euthanized in shelters AND that only 29% of Americans get their pets from shelters. That's INSANE!!!!!!!

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  15. Glad you found a furrever home, CK, we wish that for all the animals <3 Good Luck Pawkisses are on the way for every creature that still needs a furrever home <3 <3 <3

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