Mancat Monday: The Shelter Pet Project Makes Us Smile

 

Brian's Home.  Adopt cats, we deserve it! Before I start, I just want to mention that we crossed over the 7,000 post mark over at our ForeverHomeWanted.com blog. Thanks for making this such a hugh success for us, the traffic is amazing.

You all know how much I love adoptions, in fact adoption is one of my most favorite words ever!  June is adopt a cat month and I would not want to miss an opportunity to to get my two cents in, so of course I will do just that.

Brian's Home.  Adopt cats, we deserve it!
According to the APPA, there are over 95 million owned cats in the United States today. Of these cats, only 33 percent were adopted from a shelter or rescue group. And, throughout the month of June, thousands of additional cats will enter shelters across the United States.

The Shelter Pet Project—a collaborative effort between The Humane Society of the United States, Maddie’s Fund®, and the leading producer of public service advertising (PSA) campaigns, The Ad Council—aims to help shelter cats and dogs find loving homes. This month, we’re celebrating Adopt-a-Cat Month with our radio, TV, out-of-home and interactive PSAs that will melt your heart. The PSAs encourage viewers to interact with real shelter pets, highlighting that the only way to find out how amazing shelter pets really are is to meet one.

So, go on over and ”meet” Smokey Joe, Meow Man and their other feline friends as they show off their winning personalities.  You can also get to know Stetson, Maui, and Puma through the Shelter Pet Project’s new online experience.

At theshelterpetproject.org/meet the cats respond to the click of a mouse and to the touch of your finger, letting you recreate the experience of playing with a real-life, purring, pawing cat.  If you like the cats in these PSAs, help by sharing them with the world. You can download all of their ads for free. Pick your favorite cat and feature it on your blog and social media channels.

For more ways that you and others can get involved in Adopt-a-Cat Month, check out this list from Shelter Pet Project partner, Petfinder.com and always, always remember to adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

To learn more, visit TheShelterPetProject.org.

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43 thoughts on “Mancat Monday: The Shelter Pet Project Makes Us Smile

  1. easy rider

    wow 7000 posts for a really good cause. I hope for furever homes for all cats (and dogs, of course) ! Have a super monday dear Brian & crew :o)

  2. Old Kitty

    What a great way to start Monday – highlighting a great project and your fab blog!! Yay! Awww sweet Brian – you are looking utterly gorgeous! Take care
    x

  3. Marg

    That is so exciting that you have so much traffic to your other site to help rescue the cats. We will check all this other stuff out a little later and try to advertise some of the cats or dogs. It all sounds like such a great project and hope that lots of the animals find homes.

  4. Caren Gittleman

    Congrats to you and all that you do for the animals!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We love the Shelter Pet Project and we LOVE your Forever Home Blog too! Oh and of course we love YOU!

  5. Oz the Terrier

    7,000th post?!? Good golly Miss Molly…that’s a LOT of blogging. Well done, pal…and well done on spreading the word for Adopt a Cat month!
    *high paws*
    Oz

  6. da tabbies o trout towne

    grate post heer two day guys N conga ratz on 7000 over at forever home …way awesum 🙂

  7. Oui Oui

    Concarts on your 7000th post! That is utterly amazing! Purrs for Adopt a Cat month! With kitten season, it’s really needed!

  8. Savannah's Paw Tracks

    I always learn new animal rescue information from you Brian. I had no idea about this project but will be meeting with my former shelter today and will ask if they participate beyond involvement in Maddie’s Fund event.

  9. Angel Abby Grace

    Wow Brian that is super duper successful!
    7000 posts is about double what we’ve done in 9 years! That’s a lot of adoption news!! That means a lot of new homes! GOOD MEWS!!

  10. Cathy Keisha

    Thanks for this important post. I’ll go check out the ads and share some. Concats on 7,000. Did you link this to the Blogpaws Shelter Cat Month Blog Hop so others can read it too?

  11. Emma

    Mom has adopted eleven cats in her life so far…personally I think that is plenty, but I have a feeling when this set is old and gone, she will adopt even more of the feline species. As long as they don’t bother me too much, I’m okay with cats.

  12. Katie Isabella

    Oh the dear babies there. I wish I could have them all, but that of course cannot happen. All of my kitties have been shelter babies.

    Concatulations on your wonderful blessed achievement, Brian and family.

  13. Sherri-Ellen T-D

    7,000 posts?? Amazin Brian n Mistur Terry!!! Ya rock fer shure!
    Me waz a Shelter kitteh fer onlee a day (n we nsoe what happened wif dat…) butt at leest me waz in da Shelter or me wuud hab died out on da streetz. Me had no way of carin fer meself….
    Phank ya fer yer deddycashun n deevoshun to all kittehz! Yer dere Guardian Angelz fer shure!
    Much lub Nylablue n Mum too x0x0x0x0

  14. Kitties Blue

    Concatulations on the success. You are such wonderful advocates and help so many kitties. Good job! XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  15. Clooney

    Oh that is just fantastic, congratulations on your 7000 posts and bless you for all the help you give kitties, you really are so very wonderful.

  16. siku marie

    This is a great project! And from what momma has read is proving to be pretty darn successful! Here’s to the day when these campaigns won’t be needed because every kitty and dog will be wanted and have a safe, loving home.

    Congratulations of your milestone post! That is some accomplishment!

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