Raise your hand if you’ve encountered a cat that was surrendered because their owner was no longer able to physically care for it. Heartbreaking, right? Loving cat-parents regularly find themselves unable to perform basic functions like cleaning the litter box due to aging, compromised mobility, and pain, often leading to heartbreaking decisions. With Baby Boomers more »
Intro This is the story of one suburban county’s feral cat advocates coming together, sharing their message through a public outreach and education expo along with a screening of Kedi. Loudoun County Animal Services, the Humane Society of Loudoun County, and Loudoun Community Cat Coalition set up shop in the theater lobby, featuring interactive exhibits like humane trap training more »
Potted grass is a cheap thrill that every cat deserves. These easy, fast-growing treats can be grown in the empty cans from your shelter’s kennel, making them cost next to nothing. and they’re a perfect activity for groups of any age. Click to download a printable cat grass project sheet. Doesn’t it make them barf? Guaranteed, more »
Isn’t it incredible how animals make us better versions of ourselves? This is the story of how a tiny cat inspired a big change in the lives of many. Tess was a diminutive little cat that adored everyone she met during her 5-year stay at the Fredericksburg Regional SPCA. After years of struggling to find a more »
Petcube understands the impact of of interaction and social media in adoptions, which is why they want to hook your shelter or rescue up with a free Petcube Play! What is a Petcube? The Petcube app is free and requires only an account (also free) for access to hundreds of live feeds. Beyond simply playing with more »
On Friday, February 24th at 6:30pm, cat people from miles around began to converge under the string lights of Dodge City DC‘s patio. These weren’t garden variety cat people, they were pros. It was opening night for KEDI, a film about the community cats of Istanbul and the perfect opportunity to bring the TNR, sheltering, more »
Cantina was a spunky, duck-footed Bombay that had been living at the Fredericksburg SPCA since being picked up as a stray kitten 3 years ago. A new administrative staff had recently been installed, and their progressive attitude toward social media prompted them to start showcasing overlooked gems like Cantina on their Facebook page. more »
With all the online content available for pushing senior pets, coming up with something original can be a challenge. For a unique promotion that shows seniors in all their lovable glory, look no further than your own volunteers and adopters. They have compelling stories to tell, and this month is the perfect time to give more »
There’s so much going on this month! July’s themes are bonding , emotional wellbeing, and food.
We’re all excited that June is “Adopt a Cat Month”, but did you know there are even more opportunities to make your adoptable cats shine over the next few weeks? If you use one of the suggestions below or come up with something of your own, leave a comment and tell us how it went! Month-long more »
Say goodbye to the frustration of creative slumps and stale-feeling content, because every day is a holiday and Mother Internet has your back.
Why outsource brain-farts when you can manifest them yourself? Making a transparent background (aka “cutout”) is easy enough for a beginner and takes less time than you might think.
Using contests as tools of engagement.