Adopt-a-Tag – there’s a message in there somewhere!

Posted on 05. Apr, 2013 by in blanket ID, cats, dogs

new-adopt-a-tag-collection-from-blanket-IDEnormous thanks to everyone that took part in our ‘Significant Others’ contest. The response was overwhelming and as you know instead of just one winner we ended up with four – and wish there could have been more! Hope you like all the sweet messages created by our fans, we love them and are sure they will apply to all you pet lovers out there!

This new range has been especially designed with our favorite breed (‘Rescue’) in mind and is available in our store from today! Each tag will directly benefit a Rescue – either the winner’s chosen charity or you can select your own. You’ll find information about the winners and their chosen Rescues here.

We hope that with our members support we can help organizations to build an ongoing stream of funds with no effort on their part and without having to use any precious resources to do so! Our goal is that shelters and rescues will ‘adopt’ these tags and sell them too, just by placing an image on their site that links back to our store – this will help to generate funds both immediately from the sale, and later from an ongoing share of future memberships.

So, if you have a favorite local organization that deserves a little help, please make them aware – anyone can join in!

Please find a moment to visit to see our tags and our programs. You’ll find details of this program in the store, under the Adopt a Tag Collection.

Thanks again everyone – your support is greatly appreciated.



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2 Responses to “Adopt-a-Tag – there’s a message in there somewhere!”

  1. Kolchak, Felix & Jodi

    06. Apr, 2013

    Cate, these are gorgeous! Would it be OK if we featured these for Fetch Friday next week?


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