Social Media Pets Team UP to Help Homeless Pets

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Who doesn’t love a great social media page with an adorable animal that makes life seem so good to all that take the time to check out the page? We love it, and that’s not even an exaggeration. These three gorgeous little ones have been social media superstars for some time, and it appears that they are now teaming up to make sure that the rest of the world is aware that there are a lot of homeless pets in it, and they need all the help we can provide to them. The Shelter Pet Project has enlisted the help of Toast Meets World, the Keyboard Cat and Hamilton Pug to help them out. The collaboration is with the Humane Society of the United States, Maddie’s Fund, and the Ad Council.

The purpose is to make sure that more and more pets are adopted by bringing together more shelters, rescues and welfare organizations across the world so that people can get the pets they want and pets can have the homes they need. As of right now, media outlets have donated more than $270 million worth of free advertising to the project to bring awareness, and it’s just a start.

“Millions of healthy, adoptable dogs and cats enter shelters across America each year and are just waiting for a special home. Unfortunately, many of those animals never find one. We hope Toast, Keyboard Cat and Hamilton Pug inspire people to support their local animal shelters and start their own stories by adopting a pet in need of a home,” is the statement issued by the president and CEO of the Humane Society, Wayne Pacelle. These pets need homes and these animals are working to make sure you know that they do so that you will go out and house an animal or two and give it some much deserved love.

Photo Credit – The Shelter Pet Project

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