Remember Me Thursday #LightForPets

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Be a Part of the Remember Me Thursday Awareness Movement

It’s still hard for me to comprehend the fact that millions of healthy, adoptable cats and dogs are euthanized in animal shelters each year. Thursday, September 24th, 2015 is a day when pet-lovers and animal welfare organizations around the globe come together and light a candle (literally or virtually) to honor the millions of pets who lose their lives without the benefit of a loving home and shine a light on the millions of healthy pets who are still awaiting adoption.

Share your opt-to-adopt moment right now. Every tweet, post, or text matters because every pet matters! Use and follow ‪#‎LightForPets‬www.remembermethursday.org

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It’s difficult to grasp the magnitude of this problem when all you see are a few words on a website… The word MILLIONS doesn’t really have the impact it should, but I’m sure there are many shelter staff and volunteers around the world who could tell you stories of horror and heartbreak they’ve had to endure when dealing with overcrowding at shelters or animal control facilities.

It must be extremely tough to have to help euthanize animals on a daily basis just because their time is up and you need to make room for new arrivals, especially when these cats and dogs are healthy and just want to be loved. I created this short video to get the message across without the use of disturbing footage in the hopes that more people would watch, share and educate others…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GVgGqgd94-U

Seeing animals in shelters desperately in need of homes is what motivates me to continue to help educate about adoption and perhaps more importantly spaying and neutering their pets…

So purr-lease take a moment today to show your support for the millions of animals in need of a home and the millions of others who unfortunately never found theirs… #LightForPets

Adopt, spay and neuter!
Adopt, spay and neuter!

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