This is the second part to our Pets Add Life posts!
The Furry Side of YouTube
If you’re anything like me (and I suspect, as an animal-lover, you are), you tend to spend way too much time taking videos of your dogs, watching videos of your cats, and enjoying tons of videos of other people’s furkids. It’s become an integral part of our online lives and I, for one, go into withdrawal without my daily dose of cute and fuzzy videos! But the videos from the PAL take it even one step further by adding a great message on top of cute and funny! A big part of PAL campaign revolves around the idea that it’s best to have more than one pet so they can keep each other company while you’re away at work. Doesn’t sound like a funny subject, does it? Well then you haven’t seen the videos yet! We’ve kept you waiting for them long enough so here they are!
The Pets Add Life Pledge!
So now that you’re all geared up to go out and get your best little buddy a little buddy of their own, let’s go ahead and proudly declare that you’ll be adopting that next pet! Take the Pets Add Life Pet Pledge! It doesn’t matter if it’s from a local shelter, a breed specific rescue, or a stray you find on the street, just make sure that it’s an animal in need of a forever home! Adopt, Don’t Shop!
Want to help animals in need but your house is already filled to the roof with rescues (*cough*ours*cough*)? No problem! You can also take a pledge to volunteer at a shelter (or rescue) or you can pledge to share a photo of a homeless pet to help it find its forever home! Or you can pledge all three! I know most of you plan on doing these things already so really, it’s a no-brainer! Add your name to the pledge and give your voice to the voiceless! Then get your friend, your neighbor, that guy at the grocery store to take the pledge too! Together, we can save a whole lot of animals!
This post is sponsored by the Pets Add Life campaign and the American Pet Products Association. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about the benefits and joys of pet ownership. We wanted to join the campaign because the message is right up our alley.