The founder of Wags to Riches is my coworker and friend, and she has allowed my husband (the techie) and I to create the website for the rescue. We are trying to tackle small issues like the logo, the color scheme, the different links, etc. And what better way to brainstorm great ideas than to reach out to my pet blogging community?!
(Photo from here)
I have a couple of questions that I would just LOVE for you all to comment on and discuss. I am forever in your debt if you give me some suggestions and tips :) Hugs all around! Here we go!
What makes a truly great rescue, in your eyes? What turns you off? (For example, I love seeing positive, happy stories and great customer service...and I don't like it when staff members don't seem to truly love the animals.)
What do you think makes an eye-catching, effective website for a rescue?
Do you prefer a foster-based or in-house rescue??
Got any great fundraising ideas?
And finally, what can WE do to make YOU want to adopt one of our animals? Is it a sweet story on a Facebook page? A professional photograph?
Any suggestions are more than welcome - we very much value your input! (And, if you'd like to donate to this worthy cause, please click here. Wags to Riches is still in need of donations for things like dog runs, cat condos, and beds. Accountability is super important to us, so you will be able to know exactly where your donation is going.) Thank you so much! <3