Sunday, September 18, 2011

Stand up and be counted! Celebrate Adopt-a-less-adoptable Pet Week at Petfinder!

  • Big black dogs.
  • FIV+ cats. 
  • Senior pets.
  • Special-needs animals.
Many factors can make a pet seem "less adoptable." To promote these unusual (or, in some cases, too common) animals, Petfinder has designated Sept.17-25, 2011, as "Adopt-A-Less-Adoptable-Pet Week."

Visit Petfinder today. You can even take your cup of coffee with you and keep your jammies on!

Remember, the dog or cat doesn't see himself as 'different' or disabled or sick - YOU DO! We say, GET OVER IT, and get on down to your local shelter. Your next lve affair is waiting just for you!
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8 comments:

houndstooth said...

So very true! We're hoping this campaign helps a lot of dogs and cats find homes who need a little extra attention!

Bunny

dArtagnan Rumblepurr/Diego Hamlet Moonfur said...

Purring for all the puppies and kitties to get forever homes!

Sagira said...

Hope they get a lot of adoptions. :)

STELLA from Down Under said...

Great advice. Recently over our way, one of the shelters started a program to match older dogs with older people. Its been a great idea and they have had success too. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

Shane Kent Louis said...

It's great to know about your program, were hoping that there a lots of pets will be adopted and meets their new family :) keep it up!


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Benny and Lily said...

yippee for Petfinder
Benny & Lily

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Thank you for speaking my Mimi.
Do you know that my sister Lulu,, she is a long furrrred black cat , that someone dumped at my old farm house cause she has the FIV lukemias.
Bad peoples,, huh?
love
tweedles

Siku Marie, White Dog said...

The White Dog Army is made up of Less Adoptables...Quinn is a senior with arthritis and pancreatitis; Nuka is deaf and a senior; Puff is 14 years old; and YoYoMa is is blind. We sure do njot understand the reluctance of humans to bring home loving and giving companions with LOTS to offer.