MARIETTA, Ohio – The Pet Pardons organization put out a special kill day bulletin Friday asking the public for their help in finding a home for a 1-year-old Domestic Short Hair cat named Pandora who was surrended by her previous owner along with her three kittens at the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley.
Update: Within hours of this article being written, we are happy to announce that Pandora was rescued and is already enjoying a new and loving home. We wish her, and her new owner all the best!
Pandora is described as an extremely affectionate pet who starts purring the moment you pick her up, and is a complete pushover for attention. She was brought to the Humane Society of the Ohio Valley with her three kittens, of which two have already been adopted.
The Pet Pardons Facebook application has been responsible for the successful adoption of over 4,000 pets since its launch in December of 2010 and has amassed over 140,000 followers on Facebook who are ready to help advocate for an animal in need at a moment’s notice.
Members of the Pet Pardons community are given daily Facebook bulletins and updates, allowing them to share the stories of pets in need or even take direct action to adopt or donate money to save the life of the pet. The reasons for how these animals end up in shelters are as numerous as the reasons why there are so many dedicated volunteers working hard every day to save innocent lives.
Pet Pardons allows its members to help pets by clicking the “Advocate” button on each pet’s profile, which places the pet’s bulletin on the user’s wall, allowing others to see the pet and advocate for it. As the number of shares increases, so do the chances of the pet being viewed by someone who can help or adopt.
Pandora is in urgent need as she has a kill date set for today, and is in desperately searching for a loving family or individual who is looking for a companion with a lot of love to give.
Pet Pardons educates the public about pet overpopulation, focusing on the importance of adoption and spay/neuter. By shining a light on the reality for shelter pets, people are becoming aware of the problem, and therefore, getting involved in the solution. As each amazing pet is featured, users are able to see their faces, connect with their stories, and advocate to save their lives.
Pandora currently has 218 advocates on the Pet Pardons application, and could use some more who are willing to supply transportation to her new future home if needed.
If you are interested in learning more about Pandora or you would like to adopt him, you can follow on over here to Pet Pardons and contact his foster family before another lucky adopter does.
If you are interested in joining the Pet Pardons community on Facebook, you can do so by clicking HERE, because the next shelter pet given a second chance at life could be the one that you save today.
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