Adoptable Dora the Explorer is a native Texan — an Austinite. Our Sir Chick is an Austinite as well. Foster dad is from Texas too, but from Galveston. And yet — according to our stats, most of our readers are (like me) from icy, faraway lands. The largest number of our readers come from Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, and of course Washington, DC, where we lived before coming back to Texas. We have but a modest sprinkling of blog-friends in Texas, but if we’re to continue successfully celebrating, networking, and adopting out our incredible, beautiful, wonderful foster dogs, we’re going to need more Texans among us.
That’s where you come in! Everybody has a friend in Austin, right? And your friend in Austin loves dogs, or has friends who love dogs. And your friend in Austin probably even has friends who are thinking about adopting a new best friend. See how quickly this scenario might add up to a new forever-home for Miss Dora the Explorer?
Think about who you might know in Texas. Family, friends, co-workers, even frienemies! Start with your Austin people, then think about your San Antonio people. Even your Houston and Dallas people and your Corpus Christi people — they all have friends and family in Austin. Send them our blog or our facebook page, and tell them why you think they should read our blog and share it with their own friends and family. It’s as simple as that!
Local connections help us adopt out dogs, but they help us do so much more. Over the past year and change, we’ve helped wonderful people connect with each other in DC and along the East Coast. Together, we can make magic happen in Austin too . . . and maybe even send Dora the Explorer home for the holidays!
For more info on adopting Dora the Explorer, click here or contact us at info [at] loveandaleash [dot] com.