Like me, you’re probably still reeling from the devastation that took place in Moore, Oklahoma earlier this week. So many lives lost, and even more lives changed forever.
And like me, you’re probably feeling pretty helpless, just not sure what you can do to help these people who’ve lost so much.
But there is something you can do to help families who lost pets in the Oklahoma storm. You can share photos of lost and found pets via social media.
We’ve proven that social media saves shelter dogs, and we know that the simple click of the “share” button on Facebook and retweets on Twitter really do make a difference. It stands to reason, then, that the same practice will work to help reunite Oklahoma families with their missing furry loved ones.
Over on The Lazy Pit Bull Facebook page, we’ve created a photo album specifically for lost and found pets in Oklahoma. We’re encouraging people to share photos of missing pets on our page, and we’ll add them to the album and share with our amazing followers, The Lazy Pit Bull Army. In turn, they’ll share the photos on their social media pages, and we’ll spread the word in hopes of bringing families back together in Moore, Oklahoma.
Will you join us by taking a moment to share our photo album across your social media networks? Your share could be the one that helps a lost pet find its way home.
(Note: these are not my photos. These are random images I found online, and I am borrowing them for the purpose of this post.)