Blog the Change

Today is post number 501 for me (woot) and I wanted to use it to Blog the Change.

The economy has gotten the animal adpotion shelters full of unwanted animals who sit in cages day after day, wondering what happened to the people who were supposed to take care of them.

I have one really easy way that you can help.  Click here to go to Pet Blogs United and ask a question of Mike Arms, president of the Helen Woodward Animal Center in California and all around orphaned animal angel.

Mike has agreed to answer reader questions left on this post and Iams has agreed to donate 10 bowls of food for each question asked.

I have to tell you that I’m a little dissapointed, the post on PBU has had almost 100 views, but only 3 questions asked so far.  This is a guaranteed way to help homeless animals, 1 question = 10 bowls of Iams food to help those who might go hungry.

I usually keep it pretty lighthearted here in my little corner of Blogville, but today I am imploring you to click over to PBU and leave Mike a question.  Let’s get some of those hungry little tummies full!



15 Responses »

  1. Gee Oskar you really can get bossy sometimes. But this time it is really GOOD!

    I am on the way to ASK a question!

    woos, Tessa

  2. Congrats on #501. We are on our way to check out the PBU post too.

    Great cause, we will try to help.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

  3. Dear Oskar, Me wents and asked a question, then me came back to wish yous concatulations on 501 Blog posts! How do yous think of so much to say? Me is so happy that Kozmo can help out sometimes.

  4. Thanks for letting us know Oskar. We have asked a question. Hope you are having a good weekend 🙂 Oh yes and congratulations for your 501 posts!

  5. Happy 501! Pets suffering because of the economy is a very serious issue, indeed. They need all the help we can give them! I'm heading over to leave a question – and who better to ask it of than Mike Arms?!

    Thank you for blogging the change for animals!

    Kim Thomas

  6. Ooops, we went right over & asked a question. We must remember to do things right then & not try to do it later 🙂

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