Remember “Remember Me Thursday”
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Remember Me Thursday is a campaign, starting September 28th, 2017, to get people to understand the importance of adopting “orphan pets”; usually unwanted dogs and cats in rescue centres and animal shelters. In 2016 the campaign reached nearly 340 million people on social media. It is a highly effective global campaign. I simply wish to promote it on my website. It’s up to people who care about animal welfare to spread the word.

Please visit their website by clicking on this link.

Below is a video which says far more than I can say in words. You know the old adage: a picture is worth a 1000 words. A video is worth 2000!

Blue Buffalo is their business partner and sponsor. They have generously donoted 3,000 pounds of food. Andie MacDowell is one of their supporting celebrities.

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About Michael Broad

Michael is retired! He retired at age 57 and at Aug 2018 is approaching 70. He worked in many jobs. The last job he did was as a solicitor practicing general law. He loves animals and is passionate about animal welfare. He also loves photography and nature. He hates animal abuse. He has owned and managed this site since 2007. There are around 13k pages so please use the custom search facility!

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