Animal rescue dating

This summer will mark Agape Animal Rescue’s fourthannual Agape Animal Ball, a formal safari-themed masquerade in support of the organization’s rescue canines, hosted at the historic The Factory at Franklin’s Liberty Hall on The whimsical evening will feature a full-course dinner by Bacon & Caviar with an open bar provided by longtime supporters Tito’s Handmade Vodka, live music by the 12 South Band, dancing, special appearances made possible by the Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, a Kendra Scott scavenger hunt, Pup Putt Golf, aerial entertainment by Suspended Gravity Circus including champagne pours in the air, and special photo booth opportunities as well as live and silent auctions.“Agape Animal Ball is a night to dress up, let loose, bid on luxury auction items, and raise a cocktail in the air to celebrate the fact that more than 1,300 dogs are happy members of loving families because of Agape’s rescue and foster programs,” said Tanya Willis, founder and executive director of Agape Animal Rescue.

The Agape Animal Ball was introduced as a dream benefit idea by a longtime Agape volunteer in 2013.

Mood said that they posted 10 dogs and got 2,700 matches in less than a week.

On Tinder, users swipe right on pictures of people—or dogs—they like.

And just like Ok Cupid’s algorithm, Paws Like Me gives you segmented compatibility match score ratings to compare yourself with the dog on energy, focus, confidence and independence.

times more exciting.) And because you’re connecting with the dogs on a deeper “she-fits-into-my-life-perfectly” level (rather than just “OMG SHE IS SOOOO CUTE”) it will hopefully spur more meetings, more adoptions, and more lifelong connections.

The results told us everything from her rescue organization to her age, color, breed, size, coat, and house training status.

There were even status updates from her most current foster home so we could understand how she was fitting into a family full-time.

Tinder, which launched in 2012, is owned by IAC, parent of

Or there’s a longer “Full Quiz” (which still only took us about five minutes) that asks Briggs-Meyer-esque questions: “Are you more caring or logical? ” “I prefer a quiet evening at home to a social outing with friends: Agree or disagree?

” After filling out the quiz, we were matched with 321 dogs in the tri-state area, filtered by compatibility percentage. ) was an adorable Vizla/Weimaraner named Helga, available for adoption just 10 miles away.

"These dogs have something to give." The concept was part of an internship competition to create buzz around a campaign. Doggy BNB, an Airbnb for pets, helps dog owners find care for their animals.

Facebook allows pet profiles, which is how the BBH interns were able to connect them on Tinder, where you need an account with the social network.


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