It’s Merlin here and I have something to tell you. You may think I have a good home and I do, but Layla didn’t adopt me until I was one-year-old. After a rough start, I ended up in shelter. It was a big, noisy and scary place with small metal cages. I got lucky and got adopted but millions of perfectly wonderful cats and dogs aren’t so lucky. To honor those who lost their lives though no fault of their own, I’d like to ask you remember them and do something so their lives weren’t in vain.
No matter where you live you can participate in Remember Me Thursday (website and video link) the pet adoption awareness campaign when animal lovers across the globe unite Thursday, September 26 to light a candle in remembrance of the millions of orphan pets who lost their lives without the benefit of a loving home, and to shine a light on the millions of orphan pets still waiting for their forever homes.”
Let’s shine the light of awareness. Please share this post and spread the word about Remember Me Thursday on Facebook, Twitter and other social media channels. Remember to use the hashtag #LIGHTFORPETS on Twitter or Facebook to share your thoughts and feelings about the importance of pet adoption.
We’re helping by donating all proceeds our Black Cat art and photography from our new Cat Wisdom101 Etsy Shop will benefit the ASPCA from today to Oct.31!
If you’re in the NYC area, we support and recommend The Mayor’s Alliance in New York and their various adoption and pet related campaigns. To see their latest news and volunteer ops, visit The Mayor’s Alliance in New York
The Halo Pet Foundation is proud to sponsor the ASPCA’s “Fall in Love” adoption event September 22nd to 29th at the ASPCA Adoption Center located at 424 East 92nd Street (between 1st & York Aves.), New York, NY.
All the cats and dogs 8 months and older are FREE Monday through Sunday. Get a FREE Gift with each adoption while supplies last.
We hope you’re considering adopting from the ASPCA Adoption Center. Their wonderful adoptable dogs and cats are waiting for you right now on the Upper East Side!
For more information visit: aspca.org/fallinlove