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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📣💉📣 Shot clinic announcement! 📣💉📣

Next Friday, March 5th is our only shot clinic for the month. We have updated our schedule for the rest of the year on our website. Please click below to view the dates.

vocalforpets.org/drive-thru-clinics/

We had some very complimentary clients and patients after last week’s clinic. Check out their photos! We even got to see two VOCAL alumni with their new families. We love being able to provide veterinary services to our adopted animals.

Our shot clinics are designed to provide quick, easy and affordable services to you and your pet. With NO EXAM FEE this is a great deal. All proceeds from our shot clinics go directly towards funding our outreach programs through our clinic.

If you haven’t utilized our drive-thru clinic service yet then mark your calendar! We can’t wait to serve you and your pets. 🏥🐶🐱
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Lowla, (Gemma), is up to date and living the good life! Thanks for all you do!

This organization is a treasure for our community! I will be bringing my senior cats in for their boosters. They are easy-peasy compared to the little brat monster Chekhov. Also, I decided not to use my stimulus payment to vacation in Cancun, and sent a portion to this fine organization. I urge anyone else postponing their exotic foreign vacation to consider doing the same. We can always drive down to Sarasota or over to Daytona instead! 😉😄

Thankyou so much. Dude happily had his nails done and vaccines. He’s never been so happy to go to a clinic before. Will be back with his “cousins”.

Do we register first or just line up?

Our adoption volunteers receive the same question constantly: “what kind of dog is he/she?” We always answer honestly. “A one of a kind Marion County canine.” 😊🦮❤️

Our adoption follow-up team enjoys staying in touch with our adopters. Check out a photo of Rocky, one of the puppies who was adopted last fall. His adopter was so curious about her dog’s “Marion County roots” she did a DNA test on Rocky and sent us the results. We think these results completely validate our response. Rocky is certainly a “one of a kind Marion County canine.” ❤️🐶

Have you done a DNA test on your pet? Share a photo of your “Marion County canine” with us in the comments and let us know their one of kind breed.Image attachment
Our adoption volunteers receive the same question constantly: “what kind of dog is he/she?” We always answer honestly. “A one of a kind Marion County canine.” 😊🦮❤️

Our adoption follow-up team enjoys staying in touch with our adopters. Check out a photo of Rocky, one of the puppies who was adopted last fall. His adopter was so curious about her dog’s “Marion County roots” she did a DNA test on Rocky and sent us the results. We think these results completely validate our response. Rocky is certainly a “one of a kind Marion County canine.” ❤️🐶

Have you done a DNA test on your pet? Share a photo of your “Marion County canine” with us in the comments and let us know their one of kind breed.
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Is dis one of Stella's pups?

I sooo want to do this for my Buckle Anne..not that it matters..whatever she is, she's perfect to me💚

I always tell people The best rescue dog.

What the test results forgot to mention is 100% sweetheart.

Is this from “Marvel’s “ puppies?

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Thank you Rich Peters for your kind words about our Pet Food Bank program! Thank you for your service and all you and Shadow do to keep Williston safe. 👮‍♂️🦮🚔

We are so grateful we are able to provide this service to animals all around our community and the central FL area. Chewy is extremely generous with all the food and supply donations they give to us weekly. We love being their partner and are super proud of the programs we have created from this tremendous gift. 🙌❤️🐶🐱
Thank you Rich Peters for your kind words about our Pet Food Bank program! Thank you for your service and all you and Shadow do to keep Williston safe. 👮‍♂️🦮🚔

We are so grateful we are able to provide this service to animals all around our community and the central FL area. Chewy is extremely generous with all the food and supply donations they give to us weekly. We love being their partner and are super proud of the programs we have created from this tremendous gift. 🙌❤️🐶🐱Thank you to VOCAL, Voices of Change Animal League - Ocala, for their unending support of the Williston Police Department K9 Unit. Being a small agency in a rural community our resources are limited and with your generous support you have made our K9 program successful. Not only does VOCAL provide all of K9 Shadow’s food but have generously donated supplements, grooming supplies and even a cooling pad for his patrol car kennel.

VOCAL’s generously does not end with he WPD K9 Unit in that they support a great number of non-profit animal rescue leagues throughout the region which in turn provide services to the residents of Williston and Levy County.

VOCAL is able to provide these services due to the generous support of corporate sponsors and a large ‘force” of volunteers. The WPD K9 Unit is well represented in their efforts with Detective Kathy Long and Reserve Officer Christine Peters, along with K9 Shadow and I, unloading and sorting “TONS’’ of donated food and supplies on a weekly basis at their distribution center in Morriston that is organized and run by Kate Rengel and Sarah Podobinski. Although Shadow has trouble unloading pallets he is quick to help with any spill.

Shadow and I would personally like to thank you for your support of our K9 Team.
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Wow VOCAL - Voices of Change Animal League, Ocala u just amaze me, what a great organization!

Many thanks to VOCAL for their support and generosity.

Love Vocal!

THIS right here is why you should microchip your pets! Listen up to this feel good kitty-cat story. 👂🐈📖

This week one of our dedicated TNR volunteers was trapping for our client, McCullough Water in Ocala.  Our volunteer, Carla, trapped this very sweet black and white female. The water company told us she just “showed up one day.”
We always check for chips on our TNR cats prior to surgery, but we definitely made sure to scan this one since she was new to their colony. And, guess what?! She had one!! Carla contacted the owner and she was SO excited to learn “Luna” had been found as she had been searching for her for TWO WEEKS. Here’s the kicker: she lived in Crystal River!!!

After talking with the owner we pieced together that the brother-in-law works at a business next to McCullough Water in Ocala. So, the best we could conclude is somehow Luna snuck out of house and secretly stowed away in his truck!! 

Carla and her husband returned Luna to her owner yesterday. It was a happy reunion! It was rewarding to witness one lucky cat and a very happy owner. 😻😽🙌❤️

Feeling like you should get your pet a microchip now? Our clinic offers chips for $20. The chip comes with a FREE, lifetime registration. Contact us at clinic@vocalforpets.org to schedule your chip appointment!Image attachmentImage attachment
THIS right here is why you should microchip your pets! Listen up to this feel good kitty-cat story. 👂🐈📖

This week one of our dedicated TNR volunteers was trapping for our client, McCullough Water in Ocala. Our volunteer, Carla, trapped this very sweet black and white female. The water company told us she just “showed up one day.”
We always check for chips on our TNR cats prior to surgery, but we definitely made sure to scan this one since she was new to their colony. And, guess what?! She had one!! Carla contacted the owner and she was SO excited to learn “Luna” had been found as she had been searching for her for TWO WEEKS. Here’s the kicker: she lived in Crystal River!!!

After talking with the owner we pieced together that the brother-in-law works at a business next to McCullough Water in Ocala. So, the best we could conclude is somehow Luna snuck out of house and secretly stowed away in his truck!!

Carla and her husband returned Luna to her owner yesterday. It was a happy reunion! It was rewarding to witness one lucky cat and a very happy owner. 😻😽🙌❤️

Feeling like you should get your pet a microchip now? Our clinic offers chips for $20. The chip comes with a FREE, lifetime registration. Contact us at clinic@vocalforpets.org to schedule your chip appointment!
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Alway chip and keep it updated.

So awesome! 💗

Love this!💕💕💕

Carla is amazing and so dedicated. Such a Happy Ending!

Praise God!

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Is your pet’s breath beastly? We’ve got you covered!

Our Community Clinic & Resource Center offers full service dentals to the public for both cats and dogs. Contact us at 352-289-0800 option 2 or send us an email at clinic@vocalforpets.org to schedule your pet for their day at the dental spa. 🪥🦷❤️🐶🐱

For only $300 you can take care of your pet’s beastly breath and get them smelling back to new! All dentals include scaling, polishing and an individual examination and evaluation of each tooth.* If you’d like to add on dental x-rays you can do so for just $99! 

*Please note: [Major extractions are an additional charge ranging from $25-$60 per tooth depending on complexity.]
Is your pet’s breath beastly? We’ve got you covered!

Our Community Clinic & Resource Center offers full service dentals to the public for both cats and dogs. Contact us at 352-289-0800 option 2 or send us an email at clinic@vocalforpets.org to schedule your pet for their day at the dental spa. 🪥🦷❤️🐶🐱

For only $300 you can take care of your pet’s beastly breath and get them smelling back to new! All dentals include scaling, polishing and an individual examination and evaluation of each tooth.* If you’d like to add on dental x-rays you can do so for just $99!

*Please note: [Major extractions are an additional charge ranging from $25-$60 per tooth depending on complexity.]
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