The Best Chance this Kitty Has of Finding a New Home is YOU! Not a Shelter.
- Search through friends, neighbors and local veterinarians. Your personal network is the best pool of adopters for your pet. Ask your veterinarian if you can place a poster advertising your pet’s need for a new home. Place flyers promoting your pet at work, school, church and other public places you frequent. Include a good-quality photo and appealing description of your pet.
- Email. Send your pet’s story with photos in an email with the title “please forward to your animal-loving friends.”
- Leverage your social network. Post your pet’s photo and story and ask your friends to share it on their social streams.
- Visit Petfinder.com for additional tips and questions to ask potential adopters: https://www.petfinder.com/pet-care/giving-up-your-pet/tips-finding-home-pet/
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