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Does your dog or cat want to drive a campaign for a month for your favorite shelter or rescue? Email me!
Nikki Moustaki, MA, MFA, is a nationally known dog trainer, TV and radio personality, and animal expert who splits her time between New York City and Miami Beach. She is the author of 9 books on dogs and 25 books on birds and has been featured on national television and radio shows including CNN, NBC, ABC, BBC, and Howard Stern. More . . .
The Pet Postcard Project is a grassroots arts-and-crafts project aimed at raising food for shelter pets and awareness about the plight of homeless animals. "Pet Postcards" for this project are homemade and handmade postcards featuring your own pets that you make and then snail mail into The Pet Postcard Project. Each card you send earns food for shelter dogs and cats. So far, this project has received many thousands of funny, weird, sad, cute, and profound cards, all filled with love for a beloved pet.
Please include a PHOTO of the animal on each card, or else we won't know who's "talking!" The words are not just captions, they are creative confessions, wishes, advice, excuses, and "you know you love your dog/cat when" ideas. Here's how to turn postcards into pet food for shelter animals!
This site does NOT make money on this project. It's all to raise food and awareness for shelter animals.
The Pet Postcard Project, 676A Ninth Ave., #321, New York, NY 10036
Pet food (and other stuff) raised for shelter animals though The Pet Postcard Project since February 14th, 2007 (approx):
Feeding homeless pets, one postcard at a time! All we are is one girl, one laptop, 2 dogs, great food/stuff sponsors, and a few invaluable "postcard posting" volunteers. The Pet Postcard Project started with nothing but a desire to help homeless animals, and YOUR postcards have made that happen.
To count toward any campaign, the words on the cards shouldn't be just captions - they are ADVICE, CONFESSIONS, OR WISHES from or to the pet.
PLEASE MAIL MULTIPLE CARDS IN AN ENVELOPE OR BOX TO SAVE PAPER AND STAMPS.
Pet Postcard Project
676A Ninth Ave.
New York, NY 10036