Hey, I wanted to give you an update on a couple of pretty important items today. First, my friends at PetSmart are launching a Volunteer Action Day called People Saving Pets, and it is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 8th.
People Saving Pets™ is a social movement empowered by PetSmart Charities® dedicated to saving the lives of adoptable pets and solving the homeless pet problem by uniting pet lovers and inspiring local action. On Tuesday, November 8, People Saving Pets is introducing Volunteer Action Day to bring awareness around the volunteer needs of animal welfare organizations and to encourage the public to help pets by volunteering in their communities.
Because this is a social movement, they are getting bloggers involved, too. They have developed a microsite that includes details about Volunteer Action Day. The microsite also houses two infographics that educate about volunteering for pets and the impact on animal welfare organizations.
Don’t forget to volunteer, the shelters and the critters will appreciate you forever!
Now for a kitten update…
Can you believe that little Johnny Doe hasn’t been adopted yet, just look at that little love bug.
Just look at that sweet little boy. You can see his original post HERE.
And remember these two darlings?
Well, they are not quite ready to be adopted yet due to some medical issues, but please keep them in your thoughts and prayers and I will be back asking for your help with them just as soon as they are ready. HERE is their original story.
Here is the deal with them from the nice lady that has them and is helping them:
“Just to update, I took these two babies to the vet today. They are on meds for an upper respiratory infection and the female has ringworm. She just broke with it in the last 24 hours because we have been handling her like crazy and hadn’t seen anything until today. In any case, she’s now on meds for that as well. My husband has agreed that we can keep them until they are healthy and will try to find placement then. If anyone is interested in stepping in as a rescue I am happy to send the medications with them. If anyone is interested in adopting them have them get in touch with me and I will make sure they get a clean bill of health before going home with anyone.”
They will need loving forever homes just as soon as they are healthy, so please don’t forget them, I’ll be asking soon.
That’s the updates for today, and always remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!
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Kitten Action Team
Fountain Inn, SC