Tabby Tuesday: The Shelter Pet Project

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Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!

Last week on my other blog, ForeverHomeWanted.com, I posted a Press Release entitled “Pet Adoptions Rise, Shelter Deaths Fall As Ad Council Launches Second Wave of Historic Pet Adoption Campaign.  I think we can all agree that Shelter Deaths Falling and Pet Adoptions Rising is a great thing.  As you know, six of us here were adopted and rescued from Shelter life.

Really friends, the thrust of this campaign is two-fold.  First, to get humans to realize that adopting a shelter or rescued pet is way better than buying one (The Shelter Pet Project), and second, a person is the best thing to happen to a shelter pet, so be that person and adopt! It really is a simple concept, I just wish it were easier to implement.

Help spread this important word by blogging about the importance of adopting shelter animals, if you are on Facebook you can follow the Shelter Pet Project on Facebook, you can Follow ShelterPets on Twitter, and you can Subscribe to the Shelter Pet Project’s You Tube Channel.  All of these things will help keep this important topic front and center, and will help save more lives.

As always, remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!
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25 thoughts on “Tabby Tuesday: The Shelter Pet Project

  1. Mr Puddy

    Pet Adoptions Rising ? Hooray !!!! This is so good news !!! I hope it happens all around the world !!! Huge Purrs for that !
    Thanks for the news Brain, I will check it out. Love this kind of project : )

  2. Marg

    We sure will post about the shelter animals. That is such a good idea to keep reminding people. Thanks for all this info. Hope all of you have a great day.

  3. Old Kitty

    You are wise and wonderful lovely Brian!! Hugs to you and your lovely sisters Sascha, Gracie, Zoe, Dolly and Precious!!

    Yay for all these wonderful people adopting pets! Take care
    x

  4. Fuzzy Tales

    Excellent message, Brian. We respect that some people prefer to go to breeders and buy a purebred cat, but our mom never would do that. Adoption and rescue is the way to go!

  5. Milo and Alfie

    What wonderful news. If only all folk would adopt instead of going to breeders ~ then all kitties could have a chance of a forever home.

    Thank yoo for coming to my gotcha celebration! Alfie xx

  6. Cheysuli

    The Woman says she finally got around to a shelter cat because one didn’t just end up on her door step after Georgia died–normally she’s beaten to the punch by a stray cat!

  7. The Island Cats

    We couldn’t agree with you more, Brian! We wish humans would consider a shelter cat first. Me and Ernie were both shelter cats. Zoey was a stray, but she coulda just as easily been a shelter cat. Our mom thinks shelter cats make the best companions because they are so darn grateful to get out of the shelter and into a happy home!!

  8. Team Tabby

    All five of us were in need of a home – now we have a home and couldn’t be happier. Three of us were adopted as seniors…..and we’re still seniors!

  9. Bailey

    Hi Brian! I want to wish you and all your siblings a very happy Thanksgiving holiday! And by the way… don’t let the ‘Dogs’ in Cars title fool you — I’d LOVE to see pics of you all in a car! Teehee! 😉

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

  10. Whisppy

    This is a great post. We wish more people would adopt from shelters. It irks me when people question the intelligence of an animal based on their breed (as a retort to being asked to adopt from a shelter as opposed to buying a pet). *dumb*

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