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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF TORONTO_HUMANE_SOCIETY
69.9% of toronto_humane_society's followers are female and 30.1% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.50%. The average number of likes per post is 271 and the average number of comments is 4.
Toronto_humane_society loves posting about Pets, Dogs.
Check toronto_humane_society's audience demography. This analytics report shows toronto_humane_society's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR TORONTO_HUMANE_SOCIETY
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF TORONTO_HUMANE_SOCIETY
- Art & Design 52.31 %
- Entertainment 51.82 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 50.26 %
- Beauty & Fashion 44.67 %
- Pets 41.91 %
- Travel & Tourism 39.84 %
- Fitness & Yoga 39.05 %
- Business & Careers 35.72 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 35.47 %
- Home & Garden 34.86 %
- Photography 34.10 %
- Music 33.35 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 32.92 %
Who hosts the best trivia nights in town? Answer: Toronto Humane Society! ... Missed our trivia nights last month? Or just had so much fun you need to play again? We’ve got you. Join us every Tuesday night at 7pm for some friendly competition with our Trivia Tuesdays. Thanks to our awesome prize sponsor,@saulterstreetbrewery , the winner of each week will receive a $25 gift card to Saulter Street Brewery! ... Get your ticket by swiping up the story 👆 . . . . . . . . . . . . . #ths #torotontohumansociety #fundraising #fundraiser #helpanimals #supportanimals #trivia #triviatuesdaysths #triviatuesday #triviaonline #triviagame #shelteranimals #adoptdontshop #supportanimalrescue
Happy dogs this summer! Don’t Leave Pets in Cars. We wish we could say this was a no brainer, but sadly, year after year, we see heartbreaking stories of animals dying of heat exhaustion after being left in parked cars. Despite veterinarians, even local celebrities, bringing awareness to the issue on a regular basis, the problem persists throughout Ontario. ◻️ Swipe up the story and check out What to do if you find a pet in a car ⬆️ ◻️ Also, you can support us by texting 2HOT to 20222 to donate $10 🌞 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #summertime #petsinsummer #pets #torontohumanesociety #summer #toronto #warmweather #warm
As we do slowly (and safely) return to the “new normal”, it’s time to start planning again. This is exactly what Toronto Humane Society’s Linda Jacobson, Karen Ward, and Phil Nichols have been doing. ◾ From developing a roadmap to recovery and infection control plan, to staff training and helping COVID-19-exposed animals, they have created a roadmap that will help organizations navigate the re-opening and recovery phases of the COVID-19 pandemic. ◾ Read the complete article swiping up the story ⬆️
A Quick Update on Adoptions! You read that right. Over 2700 adoption applications in just a few weeks. It’s not just us, either. Thanks to people spending more time at home these days, there has been a rise in applications all across Canada. Still, we are lucky to have so many people offering their home to animals in need. ... Toronto Humane Society’s adoptions process remains the same. Unfortunately, the wait time hasn’t. Our current response time is sitting on average at around 3-4 weeks. Most animals already have their homes lined up and waiting the moment they are ready for adoption. ... However, animals that have greater needs, from a medical or behavioural standpoint, are still looking for their own perfect match. Because most animals get picked up so quickly now, Toronto Humane Society adoption agents are prioritizing review and application processing for those animals in greater need of support. ... If you’re interested in adopting from us, we thank you for your understanding and patience as we work our way through the applications and continue to find forever families for our animals! . . . . . . . . . . . . #torontohumanesociety #adoptdontshop #rescues #animalrecue #recuedog #rescuecat #shelter #adopt #adoption
We are inviting you to take a creative photo of your furry friend! Toronto Humane Society has partnered with Majestic for a Pet Photo Contest and we are looking for photogenic pets (of all kinds!) to be featured in the Toronto Humane Society’s 2021 New Beginnings calendar. Plus you could win $1000 from Majestic - $500 for you and a $500 donation to Toronto Humane Society in your name. ... To enter, simply submit your photos at www.torontohumanesocietyphotocontest.com and don't forget to check the guidelines! . . . . . . . . . . . #TorontoHumaneSociety #petphotocontest #photocontest #photography #smile #Toronto #pets #petlovers #animallovers #calendar2021 #calendar #petphoto #majesticagency
Get your raffle tickets today! Estimated winnings are now over $21,000 🎉 You can purchase 10 numbers for $10, 40 numbers for $20, or 100 numbers for $40. ... 📢 The raffle will close on June 29, 2020 at 9:00 PM EST, and the draw will be held on June 30, 2020 at 11:00 AM. Buy your tickets on www.torontohumanesocietylotto.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #raffle #THSraffle #torontohumanesociety #helpanimals #donate #animallovers #supportanimals #supportshelteranimals
The persuasive purr 🐈 🎵 Incredibly, a cat’s purr can take the meow a step further. While most people think a purr simply indicates contentment, researchers have discovered that cats have developed a specialized purr referred to as a “solicitation purr”. ... What’s most fascinating is that cats only utter this purr when they need something, and encoded within it is a sound similar in frequency to the cry of a human baby, to which we are already evolved to respond! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #cats #cat #catpurr #catpurring #purr #catbehaviour
#HappyTails Presented by ROYALE® Missy. July 07, 2018 ... "As a volunteer at the THS, I was always visiting the ‘pups’ and decided to be become a Foster. My heart always felt for the Seniors. ... I got a call in early 2017 that 4 poodle sisters (and a few others) were in need of fostering and if I would be interested in helping one of them. That is when Missy came into our lives. ... Timid at first, not sure of things, a couple of accidents but so wanting to be loved we knew quickly that we would be adopting her! After some time to get her medically a-ok she officially became a part of our family. ... It is so very true that they find you! Missy is the an absolute doll and we cannot think of what it was like before she joined our clan! Love her to bits!"
Unleash your inner artist! Download our colouring book for your kids, or for yourself! You can print it or use Photoshop. ... What a great way to spend time at home close to some of our animals turned into fun colouring patterns. Swipe up in our story to find the link 👆 👆 👆 . . . . . . . . . . . . . #ths #torontohumanesociety #colouringanimals #animalpatterns #colouringbook #quarantineactivities #thingstodoinquarantine #stayhome #staysafe
Help us to raise money for the animals in 3 easy steps. Create a fundraiser on Facebook for Toronto Humane Society! Swipe up our story ⬆️ ⬆️ ⬆️ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #fundraiser #fundraising #helpanimals #ownfundraising #supportanimals #animallovers #helpshelteranimals #
From June 1 to June 30, every dollar donated to us through the Canada Helps donation page gives us an entry to win $20,000! ... If we won this 20,000, we could further expand our community efforts and help support pet parents who are currently struggling. ... Find out more about the Great Canadian Giving Challenge www.givingchallenge.ca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #greatcanadianchallenge #torontohumanesociety #canadianchallenge #help #donation #helptorontohumanesociety #GivingChallengeCA
At Toronto Humane Society, we strongly condemn all acts of racism including police brutality and racial profiling against the Black community. We recognize that this is not just an issue we see in the United States, but one that exists globally and right here in our own backyard. Systemic racism will not be fixed by one organization or one voice, it is going to take society to come together to make this change. The humane community we have been fighting for cannot exist so long as systemic racism does, and up until now we have been structurally blind to its impact and effects on and within our organization. Actions speak louder than words. We are committing to combating systemic racism, by first taking action within our organization. To initiate this process we have developed a plan that starts now: 1) Hire an employee/consultant who will help us create the foundation for a new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee at Toronto Humane Society. 2) Toronto Humane Society will launch a research project assessing our programs and services to discover who we are serving. This project will highlight gaps in our services and allow us to develop a plan of action on how we can reach the communities we are not currently supporting. We recognize we have miles to go when it comes to improving our workplace environment but we committed to taking action. We cannot take appropriate action on our own. We will need guidance from numerous sources. If you would like to further educate yourself on this movement please visit our website where we have links embedded in the full statement www.torontohumanesociety.com At Toronto Humane Society, we believe Black Lives Matter.
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