>Colonial Capital Humane Society Launches Each One Reach One


In January, Colonial Capital Humane Society begins its Each One Reach One campaign, in which we ask those who care about the plight of abused and abandoned animals in our area to help one of our dogs or cats find a new home — at little or no cost to themselves! In brief:

• We’re asking every animal lover to spread the word about a particular dog or cat now in our care through postings on a bulletin board at work or church, Facebook, Twitter, e-mail list, community gatherings, etc.

• Each person selects the cat or dog through our site, www.colonialcapital.org. The site provides background information on the animal as well as a photo.

• If they wish, the CCHS newsletter editor will prepare a page-size poster for that dog or cat and provide a pdf file via email. That file can then be printed out for posting, or uploaded as an email attachment or posting on a social network.

• This is virtually a no-cost (and minimal effort on the animal advocate’s part) way to find loving homes for our dogs and cats, in turn enabling us to save more animals.

It can work, if only each one animal advocate will try to reach one prospective adoptive parent. Contact Beverly Foster at 252-672-1653 or email.

Submitted by: Beverly Foster for the Colonial Capital Humane Society

About New Bern Now
Editor-in-Chief, Wendy Card, founded New Bern Now in April 2009. There were a number of reasons she developed the website. While stationed in Washington DC, she had 30 days to transfer to Naval Hospital Cherry Point and didn’t know much about the area. She was frustrated because there wasn’t a central location on the Internet for information about New Bern. Wendy retired from the Navy in Oct 2007. When our economy dived, she was trying to find her way in life and decided to give back to the community by creating a website that provided a “One Stop, Information Shop” to help people find out what’s happening in our community along with creating a free business listing to help business owners who couldn’t afford to advertise.

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