Sunday, February 17, 2008

Three FAST FREE EASY Ways to Help Shelter Pets Online

There are so many quick easy ways to help shelter pets in need using the power of the internet. If you are a pet lover, and have five spare minutes, please consider doing the following things:

1. Use Goodsearch every time you do an internet search. Using Goodsearch is simple. Just select your favorite charity, and then search as you normally would. Each search earns about $0.01 for your selected charity. It doesn't sound like a lot, but it really adds up. Consider adding a banner to your site to encourage others to use Goodsearch.

2. Shop through iGive. All you have to do is sign up and select your favorite charity, then, each time you make an online purchase through a participating retailer, a percentage of your purchase is donated to your charity of choice. This is totally free and easy way to help shelters. You don't have to do anything except sign up, and then shop online as you normally would.

You can also participate in the iGive Surfathon. All you have to do is surf participating stores to earn "entries" for your favorite charity. Each month, iGive gives away 5 - $1000 awards to charities every month through July 2008.

3. Add a banner to your website. Help raise awareness about the grim reality facing thousands of shelter pets every day. By placing a banner on your site, a visitor may visit Dogs in Danger, fall in love with a death-row-dog, decide to adopt one of the dogs, and you will have helped save a life.

For more ideas on easy ways to help shelter pets for free, check out my previous posts:
1. Three Fast, Free, Easy Ways to Help Shelter Pets Online
2. Calling All Pet-Loving Bloggers


wildcatsthree said...

Thanks for this information. I wasn't aware of Dogs in Danger, and will put it on my site too.

Shen said...

I wrote a review about your blog because I was inspired by it... here's the article...

Kay's K9s said...

Thanks so much for letting us know about the various ways we can help. I absolutely love your blog. I just finished adding a Dogs in Danger banner to my blog. said...

Thanks, I added Dogs in Danger to my blog too! And it was great to hear that Pepper was rescued, thanks for keeping me informed.