Author Topic: Posting on behalf of Pawz for Thought  (Read 4111 times)

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Re: Posting on behalf of Pawz for Thought
« Reply #6 on: July 02, 2012, 17:23:39 PM »
Sooo many cats looking for homes, some of them sound like they will be harder to home too - fingers crossed for them all  :hug:


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Re: Posting on behalf of Pawz for Thought
« Reply #5 on: July 01, 2012, 21:15:07 PM »
That's great, thanks a lot.  I just didn't want to overload the board with threads if that wasn't the way you do things!

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Re: Posting on behalf of Pawz for Thought
« Reply #4 on: July 01, 2012, 21:14:48 PM »
Whoops, sorry Janey - there's me messing up your methods. I will give myself a :slap:  :naughty:

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Re: Posting on behalf of Pawz for Thought
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2012, 20:58:18 PM »
Hiya Sue  ;D

(I've moved this from 'Cats Needing Homes' section as I move the cats which have been sorted out of there.......

So as I actually sort out all the Rescue and Rehoming sections what I would prefer is if you did it one of two ways: 

Either, post in 'Cats Needing Homes' section and if you did that then list them separately, or in twos or however many need a home together.  The reason being is that I move the cats needing homes out of that section once they've found a home and it keeps that section nice and tidy. 

Or post (as some rescues do) in Rescue and Rehoming general (this section) with all the cats listed separately or on one thread whichever you prefer, because I don't move any cats out of here to a sorted section.  So it's your choice really but as I say if it's this section they can be either separate or all together but if it's 'Cats Needing Homes' section then once you've posted that the cat is homed I'll move it out of there so it's better to have them separate and it doesn't matter how many threads you have separate I don't mind moving them  :)

Hope that makes sense but if not pm me  :)
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Re: Posting on behalf of Pawz for Thought
« Reply #2 on: July 01, 2012, 19:44:43 PM »
Hi Sue

You can do whichever you prefer, my preference however would be for all animals on one thread as it's easier to keep updated and it can also be a mini journal with any updates added ;D

Just had a look at your website (you missed the end 't' off the link by the way) and oh my, you have some beauties :blow kiss: I'll have Fizz & Pop please  :naughty:


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Posting on behalf of Pawz for Thought
« Reply #1 on: July 01, 2012, 19:32:59 PM »
Hi,

I help out a local charity, Pawz for Thought, in advertising the rabbits and cats they have in need of new homes. Before I begin putting up information about them, I just wanted to ask how you would prefer me to go about it?

We currently have over 30 cats in foster care.  On some other forums I post on they ask for new topic per animal for rehoming.  Obviously, I realise that initially this would be a heck of a lot of new posts, so before I went ahead and did that, I wondered if this is ok, or whether you'd prefer me to go about it in a different way?

Thanks,

Sue x
« Last Edit: July 01, 2012, 20:17:44 PM by Sue_pawz »
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