The Importance of the Poster

This was added to the discussions of our Facebook page by a woman who recently found her lost dog with the help of posters.
Janet Patterson

I felt I just had to make a point of how important it is to get those posters out, as many as you can, wherever you can.Yesterday and today I have been pulling them down and also have others gathering up in their neighborhoods. So far, out of approximately 60 posters (about 2/3 of the ones put up) more than 75% had one or more ‘tabs’ removed. That means that at least 45 more people were aware Sasha was missing and were concerned enough to have the info on hand should they have spotted her. How many others did they inform? Had it not been for those posters located in well travelled or highly frequented spots (apologies to Canada Post) I might not have my girl home with me.If you don’t have a printer, ask a friend. Will your place of employment allow you to print some? Check your local pharmacy, hardware store, vet., even your church, they may be more than happy to help. Please do not overlook the importance of getting the word out EVERYWHERE! And believe me you will meet many caring and wonderful pet owners who will also help spread the word and who also may someday be in need of the same support.

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