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Kiss Your Pet and Post It!

#KissYourPetAndPostIt

Keep In Mind: 

 

  • When doing the dare, please use the hashtags #KissYourPetAndPostIt, #ForeverPaws, and #SupportNoKillShleters.

  • Kiss Your Pet and Post It may not be suitable for small children, the elderly, anyone in poor health or animals of any kind, so please use good judgment.

 

Viral Movement Dares People to Kiss Your Pet And Post it Online!

You Are Being Dared To:

Dare Your Friends!

 

Click The SHARE Button to Spread The Word on Facebook! 

It may cute to kiss your pet now and again, but some people aren’t posting pictures just to show affection. A new phenomenon has hit the social media circuit – the “Kiss Your Pet and Post It DARE.”

 

The dare involves people and families kissing their pets on video, posting that video to social media, then Daring others to do the same, all in an effort to Support Local Nokill Animal Shelters.  People can either accept the challenge or make a donation to Forever Paws Animal Shelter, which is a nonprofit animal shelter in Fall River Massachusetts. With the Cold Weather fast approaching these sweet post of kisses will help bring awareness to the millions of stray animals that are seeking shelter each day, helping each to get adopted into new loving forever homes. 

Kiss Are Being Spread Across...

YOU Have Been Dared! Now What???

The rules of the " Kiss Your Pet And Post It " are simple: those who have been mentioned or tagged by participants, friends and family have two options to complete this "DARE". The first is to record a video of themselves kissing their pet or pets. The other is to donate $100 to an No Kill Animal Shelter of his or her choice.

Ways To Donate: 

​EVERY PENNY MAKES A DIFFERENCE...

Donate to Forever Paws.
$5, $10, $25, $50 goes a long way to covering the thousands of dollars
it costs each month to care for these animals.

Consider Forever Paws in your will.
Call the shelter to discuss your planned giving options.