Would you like to be a part of the adoption efforts for the many homeless cats and dogs at the Associated Humane Societies and Popcorn Park? We have a new and creative way for businesses and professionals to help homeless animals find their forever homes.
Businesses can now receive LED digital photo frames complete with pictures of animals currently at the Associated Humane Societies’ nearest Animal Care Centers in Newark, Forked River and Tinton Falls, each one waiting for a chance to find a lifetime of love. Each photo in the continuous montage contains the pet’s name and tag number so a customer or client can view it and contact Associated Humane Societies about adoption.
Clearly, many merchants cannot have animals in their place of business due to health regulations or other reasons. Just think – with an LED frame you have no concerns about bathroom clean-ups, no smells, no noise …..and no insurance problems for biting or scratching! This is the perfect solution to all those problems, and yet you can still help!
Society staffers would visit each business to change the flash drive so that pictures are updated regularly. Business owners would agree to pay a $125.00 deposit on the photo frame, which will be refunded when the frame is returned.
This is the perfect solution for professionals with waiting rooms … no need to worry about outdated, ripped up magazines keeping clients occupied. We’ll keep their attention with photos of these beautiful loving cats, dogs, kittens and puppies. This puts a whole new face on searching for an addition to the family. It cuts down on an endless internet search, driving from shelter to pet stores, and best of all, featured animals will have another chance at "a new leash on life."
Business owners interested in this brand new program please contact us to receive a photo frame application by putting Adoption Photo Frame at the top of the comment box. The frame will then be set up and brought to your office/store. Business owners who participate will also have some publicity with a photo of their business placed right here on our website as well as in the HUMANE NEWS.