LoveyLoaves Inc has launched www.WaterfordLakesLostPets.com, a free community service to assist in reuniting lost and found pets with their owners in Waterford Lakes, Avalon Park, and the surrounding areas of East Orlando.
Online PR News – 11-July-2011 – – Orlando FL – Becoming separated from your pets can be a frustrating experience, however if a community bands together there is better chance for a reunion with your furry friends. LoveyLoaves Inc has launched www.WaterfordLakesLostPets.com, a free community service to assist in reuniting lost and found pets with their owners in Waterford Lakes, Avalon Park, and the surrounding areas of East Orlando.
www.WaterfordLakesLostPets.com lets users post details about lost and found pets, download and print customized flyers, and read informational resources about pets and pet ownership. Once information about a pet is posted to the site, an automated message is sent to members of the community who have signed up for email alerts. Like an Amber Alert, the email blast will alert people that a pet has been lost or found in the area. That way, the community can band together to look out for each other and their animals.
The website is part of the Lost Pets network which began with it’s Winter Park Lost Pets counterpart. LoveyLoaves Inc, a non-profit pet advocacy and wellness organization with a focus on the needs of “specially-abled” dogs, sponsors the new site. A goal of LoveyLoaves Inc is to raise awareness about pet micro chipping and low-cost spay and neuter. In addition, a funding program called Smudgie’s Gifts provides financial assistance to pet owners and rescuers who face the costs of emergency veterinary treatment due to life threatening illness or injury.
“It's so nice to see how thoughtful and generous people can be,” said Keri Tobin, a Smudgie’s Gifts recipient. “Smudgie’s Gifts has been a blessing for our family in our financial need.”
Cheri Wells, founder, hopes that the vision of LoveyLoaves and the community-driven www.WaterfordLakesLostPets.com will promote happier healthier lives to the pets of East Orlando.