Pet Social Media

People posting pictures of their pets on Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat has caused increased attention in pet social media. Because of this, the team at VOCAL has established its presence on Facebook.

We think social media is a great tool for VOCAL. We use it to post photos of our animals that are in need of adoption. This helps to give these animals greater exposure and increases their chances of being adopted.

Once we post a photo and offer information about the pet, those who follow us on Facebook begin liking the photo and commenting. Some even share the photo post, giving us even greater exposure. We always appreciate those who comment about and share our photos.

In addition to photos of our available pets, we also post stories and links to articles that pertain to what we do here at VOCAL. We like to help inform our followers on issues that are close to us and our cause.

We also post photos and information about upcoming pet adoption events that we are participating in. We hope you will help us get the word out about these events.

When we get photos of our pets at their new homes, we especially love to share those. As much as we love our animals, we love it when we can post a photo of a family adopting a new dog or a family enjoying time with a foster pet.

If you are following the pet social media trend, follow us on social media and join the conversation. We look forward to connecting with you!

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Gilbert, here! Still taking over VOCAL’s Facebook page for the Hero’s March campaign! 🙌💪

We had an exciting day yesterday! Our clinic team jumped right into action to help - you guessed it - KITTENS! It’s kitten season afterall. These little babies were found abandoned by one of our TNR clients and needed immediate medical intervention. They were dehydrated, all suffering with upper respiratory infections, one battling a fever and all had very crusty, infected eyes. The team wouldn’t let me too close since I’m a big, goofy dog who likes to hunt but when they were tucking me into bed last night they showed me all the photos! Check them out below. I had never seen anything so small and helpless. Lucky for them they are now being well cared for and bottle fed around the clock. With our team keeping a close eye on them and giving them all the comfort and love they could possibly need I just know they will pull through! 🐱🐱🐱🐱

Kitten season is upon us and our team is doing everything they can to help the community cat population right here in Marion County. Our feline friends need help year round but especially during the spring! So superhero’s, spring into action and commit to helping cats in need right here in Marion County! You can help by donating to our Hero’s March campaign by clicking the link below. One of our goals for 2021 is to sterilize 1,000 feral/community cats to prevent kittens like these from being born into a life of suffering and homelessness.

💸 Hero’s March Donation: vocalforpets.org/shop/uncategorized/heros-march-campaign-donation/

📖: Hero’s March Story (2 of 16) as told by Gilbert. 🐶🦸
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Those photos don't show how ugly the eyes of the kittens truly are. PLEASE, have your cats spayed or neutered. It is cruel to add to the cat population and have them go untreated. THANK YOU VOCAL!

Thank you Vocal You have helped me a lot and I know how you are helping Marion county. With love, Judy Ballenger

How are these babies doing today?❤️

Thank-you! Vocal to the rescue!

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VOCAL - Voices of Change Animal League, Ocala
Hero’s March Story (1 of 16) as told by Gilbert. 🐶🦸

“It was back in November when I overheard everyone at our facility talking about a little dog named Peanut who got injured by a loose dog in it’s neighborhood. It sounded really serious. Our staff said he would likely need an amputation to make him feel better. I didn’t know exactly what that meant but I had heard about our clinic’s awesome vet, Dr. Isaza, and knew if anyone could help Peanut and his family our clinic staff would do it!” 

Gilbert was right! Our clinic team got right to work and helped little Peanut. While he did have to lose his front right leg, he came out of the procedure an adorable tripod. The staff at our clinic were not the only superhero’s who helped Peanut that day! Peanut’s owners and their friends along with another local rescue Rapscallion to the Rescue Inc., made sure Peanut got the care he needed. His owners reached out to Rapscallion who referred them to our low-cost veterinary clinic. Peanut’s owners didn’t stop there. They worked together with their friends to fundraise for Peanut’s surgery. It takes all kinds of heroes and teamwork to help animals in our community! 💪🐶🐱

Be like the people in Peanut’s story and play a role in helping animals in Marion County by donating to our Hero’s March campaign! All proceeds from this campaign go directly to supporting our lifesaving work! 

🦸💸 Hero’s March Donation Link: https://vocalforpets.org/shop/uncategorized/heros-march-campaign-donation/

💌 Prefer to mail in a check? No problem! Our address is 6393 SW 52nd Street Ocala, FL 34474. Be sure to mark “Hero’s March” in the memo line. 🙌❤️

💲Rather use PayPal? We have a link for that, too. http://paypal.me/Vocalforpets

#HerosMarch #VOCALHero #OcalaImage attachmentImage attachment

Hero’s March Story (1 of 16) as told by Gilbert. 🐶🦸

“It was back in November when I overheard everyone at our facility talking about a little dog named Peanut who got injured by a loose dog in it’s neighborhood. It sounded really serious. Our staff said he would likely need an amputation to make him feel better. I didn’t know exactly what that meant but I had heard about our clinic’s awesome vet, Dr. Isaza, and knew if anyone could help Peanut and his family our clinic staff would do it!”

Gilbert was right! Our clinic team got right to work and helped little Peanut. While he did have to lose his front right leg, he came out of the procedure an adorable tripod. The staff at our clinic were not the only superhero’s who helped Peanut that day! Peanut’s owners and their friends along with another local rescue Rapscallion to the Rescue Inc., made sure Peanut got the care he needed. His owners reached out to Rapscallion who referred them to our low-cost veterinary clinic. Peanut’s owners didn’t stop there. They worked together with their friends to fundraise for Peanut’s surgery. It takes all kinds of heroes and teamwork to help animals in our community! 💪🐶🐱

Be like the people in Peanut’s story and play a role in helping animals in Marion County by donating to our Hero’s March campaign! All proceeds from this campaign go directly to supporting our lifesaving work!

🦸💸 Hero’s March Donation Link: vocalforpets.org/shop/uncategorized/heros-march-campaign-donation/

💌 Prefer to mail in a check? No problem! Our address is 6393 SW 52nd Street Ocala, FL 34474. Be sure to mark “Hero’s March” in the memo line. 🙌❤️

💲Rather use PayPal? We have a link for that, too. paypal.me/Vocalforpets

#HerosMarch #VOCALHero #Ocala
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Good morning superheroes! 🦸🙌🤩 Thank you to everyone who tuned into our live feed yesterday that kicked-off our Hero’s March campaign for the month of May! If you missed it, be sure to check it out! 

Gilbert who you met on our live feed will be sharing stories the entire month of May from his perspective right here on our page! He’s been with us from the start of VOCAL and has seen LOTS of change, growth and development over the last 6 years. So get excited! Tales from Gilbert will start this afternoon! He’s dressed for the part and is ready to talk about all the good things VOCAL does for animals and people who love them in Marion County! 

#HerosMarch #VOCALHero #ocala

Good morning superheroes! 🦸🙌🤩 Thank you to everyone who tuned into our live feed yesterday that kicked-off our Hero’s March campaign for the month of May! If you missed it, be sure to check it out!

Gilbert who you met on our live feed will be sharing stories the entire month of May from his perspective right here on our page! He’s been with us from the start of VOCAL and has seen LOTS of change, growth and development over the last 6 years. So get excited! Tales from Gilbert will start this afternoon! He’s dressed for the part and is ready to talk about all the good things VOCAL does for animals and people who love them in Marion County!

#HerosMarch #VOCALHero #ocala
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VOCAL - Voices of Change Animal League, Ocala

Hero’s March Kick-off! 🦸🐶🐱

Learn more by visiting our website: www.vocalforpets.org and clicking “Learn More” on our Hero’s March banner on our homepage! 🙌

#HerosMarch #VOCALHero #Ocala
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Sweet pup Gilbert!

You're a hero!!

Superhero sighting! 🦸🐶

Gilbert is dressed and ready for our kick-off of our Hero’s March campaign tomorrow morning on Facebook Live! Make sure you tune in to hear from Gilbert and our Co-Founder, Kate, to get all the exciting details for Hero’s March! 💪🤩

Want to learn more before the kick-off? Visit our website and learn how you can be an animal superhero! 🙌❤️

https://vocalforpets.org/2021-heros-march/

Superhero sighting! 🦸🐶

Gilbert is dressed and ready for our kick-off of our Hero’s March campaign tomorrow morning on Facebook Live! Make sure you tune in to hear from Gilbert and our Co-Founder, Kate, to get all the exciting details for Hero’s March! 💪🤩

Want to learn more before the kick-off? Visit our website and learn how you can be an animal superhero! 🙌❤️

vocalforpets.org/2021-heros-march/
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