Dear Memphis Animal Services,
Please show us the faces of the hundreds of healthy/treatable pets currently being kept hidden from the public – the ones not posted online and never given any chance for adoption or rescue because you won’t tell anyone they are there. Tell us a little about them. What are their names? How old do you think they are? What breed(s) might they be? Are they male or female? Have they been neutered, vaccinated and tested for heartworms? Do they have any special needs that you know of?
If you will send me pictures of dogs and cats that the public currently has no access to, I will post them on the blog. If you send me one, I’ll post it. If you send me 250, I will post every last one of them. Let the online community of animal advocates go to work crossposting these pets. You never know, maybe we could save one. Or 250.
Will you allow these pets the chance to be adopted or rescued instead of keeping them behind locked doors where 3 out of 4 of them end up in your kill room? Will you let the public help? Please?
Or if you don’t want to send me the pictures and info to post, will you do it yourself on PetHarbor or another publicly accessible website? We care. We want to know about the hundreds of pets you have in your shelter on any given day. We’d like to help. Will you give us a way to help save the pets in your shelter?