Show Us Your Adopted Pet!

We’re not afraid to admit we spend a lot of time watching cute animal videos here at Care2. We especially love watching stories about animals who got second chances in life and are thriving in their new environments.

In honor of Adopt a Shelter Pet Day on April 30, we want to see even more videos of animals who got second chances, and that’s why we’re asking you to send us your videos!

If you have an adopted shelter pet who you love, take a short video of your fur baby, and tell us why they’re special to you.

Follow the steps below on your computer or smart phone, and you may see your pet featured in an upcoming video on Care2!

How to Send Care2 a Video of Your Pet

  1. Go here and register for a new account on Gather Voices.
  2. Select Care2 as your organization as you set up the new account.
  3. At the top of the screen, select “Record” where there’s an icon of a camcorder.
  4. On the right side of the screen, look for “Show Us Your Adopted Pet” and follow the instructions to record your video.

Check back on our Daily Cute channel to see if your pet was featured in a video.

44 comments

Thomas D
Thomas D.about a month ago

I uploaded a videoto that Gather Voices site, but there was no way to write anything about it and tell the story. There were some guidelines about talking points for your video, but no place to type. Do you have to do all that sound editing stuff in order to say anything about it? I just took it on my phone.

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Margie FOURIE
Margie FOURIEabout a month ago

Would love to.

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iveta NoFwdsPls cerabout a month ago

Thank you

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FOTEINI H
FOTEINI chormpouabout a month ago

too many, i need many pages to do so...

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Jess B
Jess Babout a month ago

Thanks

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Jaime J
Jaime Jabout a month ago

thanks you

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william Miller
william Millerabout a month ago

Thanks

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Ruth C
Ruth Cabout a month ago

We have had so many rescues!

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Terri S
Terri Sabout a month ago

I don't have any of the fancy "equipment" to make videos. My 3 cats were all rescued from the street. They are actually TNR failures. I meant to return them to the wild, but we fell in love. They all have their left ear "tipped". It took me 6 months to trap the 3rd one and I swore I wouldn't keep her, but she is the sweetest and most loyal of the bunch. I'm typing this over and around her right now.

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Glennis W
Glennis Whitneyabout a month ago

Very interesting article Thank you for caring and sharing

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