Sunday, September 19, 2010
Help a dog - Senior dogs are cool too
Even though this is a blog for senior cats, I also include rescues and shelters of all kinds.
I would like to mention some Twitter activity by the Anipals which are helping some dogs and other shelter animals out.
Every Thrusday night the Anipals put on a virtual night club hang out celebration, called #nipclub. Search that hash tag and watch the pawty. Hopefully you join in. This week the tips and dontations go to help senior dogs at the St. Louis Senior dog project. Just like senior cats, the senior dogs are full or love and wisdom.
Also @cokiethecat holds a weekly blog with a different subject every week. At Anipal photo hunt, this week it is, Adopt a less adoptable pet. Which is usually the seniors or special needs animals.
Along with that, @Cosmohavanese is helping out dogs with Pedigree...
Writer a post save a dog
Looking for a way to help a homeless dog? If you have a blog of any kind, simply write a post to help a dog from now through September 19 and Pedigree will donate a 20-pound bag of food to an animal shelter.
It's that simple.
Just include the bullets listed here, and add the direct link to your blog post to our Blog Hop below so we can all see how big an impact we are making!
Each year, more than 4 million dogs end up in shelters and breed rescue organizations. Pedigree created The PEDIGREE Adoption Drive to help shine a spotlight on the plight of these homeless dogs.
This year the PEDIGREE Adoption Drive is raising awareness for homeless dogs by donating a bowl of food to shelter dogs for everyone who becomes a "Fan" or "Likes" the PEDIGREE Adoption Drive on Facebook. So far more than 1 million bowls have been donated.
Cosmo and I were among the 10 Pedigree
bloggers who attended BlogPaws in
Denver, CO last weekend.
Special for BlogPaws West: For each blog that posts about the PEDIGREE Adoption Drive through September 19, PEDIGREE will donate a bag of its new Healthy Longevity Food for Dogs to shelters nationwide. It's simple: Write a post, help a dog.