I was so excited to see The 13 Project in my inbox from the amazing Serena, over at Pretty Fluffy. She's always thinking of great ways to help animals, and this is something we can all join in on.
The 13 Project is a Pretty Fluffy initiative that involves 13 acts of kindness towards animals before 2013. You don’t need to be a millionaire, you don’t need to have a website, or be a member of a rescue organisation… All you need is the desire to make a difference. If you’re time poor, make your list just one goal – or 3 or 5 things.
1. Donate our old towels, blankets, toys, collars, to our local Humane Society drop box at the market.
It's bare and empty every time I walk passed it, I'm going try to change that.
2. Tell more friends about the donation drop box.
3. Promote Pawsabilities, our local rescue, on Facebook and spread the word about their weekly
adoption event: every Saturday at Petco.
4. Create posters for the Pawsabilities adoption events and hang at the groomers and pet boutiques.
5. DIY & donate some sort of cute accessory that the adoptables can wear at the Saturday events.
6. Facebook and tweet more adoptable pets and animal advocacy organizations.
7. Offer my photography and design services to local rescues.
8. Work extra hard with Rachael towards getting Spared.org launched.
9. Sign more animal advocacy petitions monthly.
10. Wear my Team London & other animal advocacy group shirts more often when out in public.
11. Give kuddos where kuddos is due: Say thank you and acknowledge those who are foster parents
for animals and are rescue workers. They are the heros that are doing what a lot of us can't do at the
moment. They need kind words and encouragement to keep them going!
12. Sign up for upcoming 2013 Humane Society events.
13. Invite my friends to join The 13 Project! (emails have been sent!)
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I hope you can all join, even if its only a few goals. Anything and everything helps! To read more about this project, visit the original post by Pretty Fluffy. Thanks for reading, and please feel free to share this initiative with your friends and family.