Since our family rescued Daisy Dooley (you can click here to read that story if you missed it), we have been made keenly aware of the pet population crisis in this country.
We found Daisy when we saw her picture that a friend of ours had posted on Facebook from Pet Pardons.
Pet Pardons is a Facebook App. It is where "you can post a pet who is on death row (or in a no-kill shelter) to try & save them, or go to a pet's profile & click "Advocate" to share the pet on your wall & hopefully find the help they need. The more Advocates a pet has, the better chance they have of being seen by someone who can save them."
I made a Facebook page for Daisy Dooley (click here to see it) and now along with thousands of others, I work advocating for the animals found on the Pet Pardons site located here on Facebook.
Here's a link to a great article about Pet Pardons. Since Chris Hoar and Ashley Owen Hill launched Pet Pardons on December 24, 2010, over 3,000 pets have been saved through Pet Pardons!!!
People taking the time to ADVOCATE using Pet Pardons LITERALLY saved Daisy's life.
All of the sweet babies in shelters across the country deserve to know what it's like to be wanted and loved. They should know what it feels like to be part of a family.
Advocating is easy to do. It takes only minutes of your time. And it saves lives. Lives of boys and girls just like Daisy's.
There are literally MILLIONS of people on Facebook every single day. If each person only shared one animal, imagine how many pets would be seen & saved every single day.
I now work each day with Daisy Dooley's friends to help save more lives.
That's my mission. I can't do everything. But I can do this thing. Sharing their profiles and pictures from Pet Pardons is giving so many of these animals a chance at life and love.
They deserve that chance.
My family and I now hope for nothing more than to inspire others to want to make a difference in the lives of these boys & girls that are in shelters all across our country.
Please watch and share.
"How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." ~Anne Frank