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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 1.40%. The average number of likes per post is 571 and the average number of comments is 13.
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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 %
Soundbites taken out of context, tense conversation over dinner, a scandal here, an apology there – election time is in the air! With the federal election fast approaching, Canadians are being asked to vote on their values. Passionate about animal welfare? Make your voice heard by going to your representatives and asking them what they are going to do to improve Animal Welfare in Canada. Let’s give animals a voice this election. The fight for animal welfare is as wide ranging as it is long lasting. It takes place everywhere from grassroots movements in local communities to major cross border rescue initiatives. It is individuals choosing to adopt rather than shop. It is teams of vets and volunteers traveling across the country to provide care to animals in remote communities. It is also a fight that takes place at the legislative level. It is here, where platforms become governmental policy, that more long-lasting and “official” change for animals can occur. Naturally, no party or politician would be “against” making the world a better place for animals. But actions speak louder than words. Campaign slogans and animal-friendly statements need to be followed up with clear and concise policy. That’s why we as voters need to be proactive by speaking out and contacting our local representatives. The World Animal Protection recently put Canada's five main political parties to the test with an animal welfare survey. In it, they highlight “important animal welfare issues in the country” while asking what each party’s plan is. You can view each response to the survey on their Vote for Animal’s page. There you can also find the different ways you can have your voice heard, along with frequently asked questions like “why does Canada need stronger animal welfare legislation?” Let us all get behind the animals this year and show our representatives that animal welfare is not a secondary issue, but one that hits close to home for most Canadians. . . . #canadaelections #canadaelection2019
#THSAdoptableAnimal - 11 years 6 months Peachy Peachy’ a pumpkin-spiced latte of a lady who’s even sweeter than the drink. A senior princess of a peach with a penchant for brush sessions, this girl’s the very definition of a lap cat. When this delicate and gentle beauty gets to know you, her loyal and gentle personality will shine forth. She’ll claim you for her own and never leave your side! Peachy is a diabetic cat and will need her medicine on a daily basis. She will need someone who is able to commit to her needs and stick to an easy routine. Our knowledgeable staff will provide you will all the info you could ever want! Plus, many of our diabetic cats go into remission and remain stable for the rest of their lives. Peach is hanging with a foster parent who is absolutely crazy about her. If you want to partner up with this peach permanently, contact us at email@example.com! . . . . . . . . . . #TorontoHumaneSociety #Adopt #AdoptDontShop #RescueIsMyFavoriteBreed #RescueStrong #TorontoPets #TorontoCats #rescuecat #rescuecatsrock
🐈 Feline Friendly 💓 For cat and animal lovers in general, misconceptions about our feline friends are all too familiar. While dogs are loyal, loving companions who would never leave your side, cats are conspiring against you behind your back. And if they aren’t causing trouble themselves, they’re hanging out with those who do. Not only do these stereotypes run deep in our culture, they also impact the research, or lack thereof, behind the deeper relationships between cats and people. Kristyn Vitale, a researcher at the Human-Animal Interaction Lab at Oregon State University, helped put an end to this scarcity with a groundbreaking study of her own. In it, she highlights the bond between cats and their human companions through a series of what are called “attachment tests”. The tests revealed that “cats share social traits once attributed to dogs and humans” and can form as a deep a bond with humans as dogs and children do. The study also notes that cats, like humans, show their affection in different ways. More social cats tend to rub on their owners and snuggle in their laps, while independent cats are okay with being in the same room as their owners. For most cat people, none of this is a surprise. They know from first-hand experience that cats form deep, meaningful bonds with their humans. But for Dr. Jacklyn Ellis, Toronto Humane Society’s Manager of Feline Behaviour, Kristyn Vitale’s research could have a real impact on the way we as a culture understand and treat cats: "Sadly, in our society, cats are often viewed as more disposable than, say, dogs. Owners can be quicker to rehome them, and fewer are reclaimed from shelters. This likely results from poor understanding of feline behaviour. Luckily, the recent increase in studies such as Kristyn’s (and the results they are producing) are going a long way to help dispel these stereotypes and shed some light on the deep and meaningful bond that cats and humans can form. Hopefully this will help steer society towards increasing the value we place in cats, the effort we put into maintaining these bonds, and ultimately, will help keep cats in loving homes."
🍁 Shedding light on the situation🍂 Dogs begin to shed in the fall as their summer coat makes room for a heavier protective winter coat. This process is most noticeable in double-coated breeds such as collies, huskies, and shelties. They're known for “blowing their coat” during the fall seasons, creating quite a mess for their owners. The most important thing is to get into the habit of regular grooming. All shedders, even the heavy-shedding double-coated breeds can be tamed with regular combing and brushing. Visit the pet store or ask your veterinarian about the various tools available for handling thick layers of dead hair. Besides preventing the family-room carpet from acquiring another carpet, grooming away your dog’s dead hair helps air circulate through to their skin. Air flow helps to prevent dandruff, grease, and even painful matting. If you think you don’t have the time for regular grooming, it might be worth getting in touch with a professional groomer. They’ll know all the ins and outs of your dog’s coat! Now, seasonal shedding kinda comes with the whole “owning a dog” thing. But heavy shedding could be a sign of something else. Skin allergies, parasites, and poor nutrition can cause heavy shedding. Contact your veterinarian if you think your pet is having issues with his or her coat. . . . . . . . #torontohumanesociety #THSrecommendation #TorontoFall #fall #falldog #caredogs #THStips
#THSAdoptableAnimal - Roby 3 years 6 months and, Corduroy 6 months They are two brothers from another mother who share a passion for play wrestling, people watching and picking the perfect show to fall asleep to. These two bad boys are the unlikeliest of companions, with different stories and personalities. But when they first met, it was bros at first sight. This is more or less how it happened: Roby: On the count of three, name your favorite toy. Ready? One, two, three. Both: Da Bird! Corduroy: Did we just become best friends? Roby: Yup! Who’s who of the two? Well, Roby’s the hunky showoff who’s as smart as he is social. He knows "sit," "fetch," and "go to place". All those smarts has definitely gone to his head (he loves admiring at himself in the mirror) he’s a fun, active guy who likes causing trouble. Corduroy, while more shy than Roby, loves playing just as much. Especially when wrestling with Roby. Or playing chase with Roby. Basically He loves anything that includes Roby. Roby helps him relax. When they aren’t causing a ruckus, they groom each other and snuggle for hours. These two besties are looking for a calm and quiet home where they can adjust on their own terms. They mean the world to each other and would bring so much fun and love to any home lucky enough to have them. For more information on both boys, visit our feline adoption page here! www.torontohumanesociety.com/adopt-a-pet/cats or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org . . . . . . . #TorontoHumaneSociety #Adopt #AdoptDontShop #RescueIsMyFavoriteBreed #RescueStrong #TorontoPets #TorontoCats #rescuecat #rescuecatsrock
A Voice for the Voiceless "Dangerous, monstrous and fighters" have all been words to describe the controversially loved, but also hated, breed: the American Staffordshire terrier; or more commonly known as a ‘Pit Bull’. For the month of October, it's time to share the truth, and create a new dialogue to end the perpetuating stereotype that has banned these dogs from our very own province. For the last 10 years, Pit Bull Awareness Month has helped bring awareness, shedding light on the unfortunate mislabeling of this breed while reminding us to be aware of which end of the leash we should focus on. For the month of October, check out the Toronto Humane Society’s informational videos on YouTube, social media and our website. Share, comment, like and join us in getting the message to the masses, pushing for more signatures on our petition and advocating for a dog that has been discriminated against for 14 years in our province. With your support, we are hopeful that these efforts can and will make an effective change on the law. If you are a dog lover or simply someone who wants to join in the fight for what is right, WE NEED YOU NOW. Join our fight now; help us end Breed Specific Legislation today by signing our petition: http://bit.ly/2TSbO87 Youtube video: https://youtu.be/9EbyOrNUEJA
Special thanks to @bigstretchyoga for the amazing yoga class we had and, of course to the students who met some of our puppies while they were trying to relax in yoga poses 🤸 😊 . . . . . . . #yoga #torontohumanesociety #rescueyoga #fitnessmotivation #giveback #yogalove #yogainspiration #yogaeveryday #yogini #yogalife #yogafit #yogapractice #yogajourney #yogaaddict #yogaeverywhere #adopt #adoptdontshop #rescueismyfavoritebreed #toronto #yyz #wellness #wellnesstoronto #yogapets
#HappyMonday - We are happy to say we had a total of 51 animals adopted last week! 36 cats 😺 12 dogs 🐶 3 special species 🐰 . We want to thank the new pet parents for giving our animals a second chance. And a special thank you to all the staff and volunteers for all the work they do! Pictured: Silly, Pumba and kiki ❤️ . . . . . . . #mondaymotivation #monday #mondaymood #adopted #torontohumanesociety #thankyou #foreverhome #petsarefamily #adoptedlife #rescued #adoptadog #adoptacat #rescueismyfavoritebreed #rescuestrong #rescuedogsrule #rescuecatsrock #pets #family #petstagram #love #torontopets #torontodogs #torontocats
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#HappyTail "My new kitten Bean is incredible. She was fearless on the ride home and was ready to claim the house as her own the moment we stepped inside. Since then she’s been very well-behaved, shown a lot of intelligence and is super affectionate. She has lots of safe spaces to run around and climb, as well as a bunch of toys to play with to expend her endless energy. She recognizes a few phrases, responds to when called and likes to hear that she’s a good girl. This kitty is super brave as she loves to explore and enjoys taking cat naps in various places. I give her plenty of love and she’s eager to show that she loves me back through lots of playtime, kisses and cuddles. This has been one of the happiest weeks of my life and I am so lucky to have found my new best friend. Thank you THS!"
Join the Toronto Humane Society pre-game and play with some pooches at BMO field! Game tickets are at reduced prices and are going as low as $22. Go to argonauts.ca/ticket-pass and use the code: THSARGOS19 to get your special offer. We want to help sell as many game tickets as we can! 🗓️ Saturday, October 26th, 2019 . . . . . . . . . #THS #TorontoHumaneSociety #bmofield #bmofieldtoronto
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