Call for Interviewees!

It’s clear from the Orphans of the Storm® Facebook page that lucky dogs are being adopted from the shelter every week. If you are one of those adopters (recent, or from years ago) and would like to share your adoption success story, I’d love to hear from you! Please email if you are interested in being interviewed about your adoption experience and your four-legged friend(s).

Sample questions include:

  • Why Orphans of the Storm®?
  • Did you come to the shelter looking for a specific breed/age/size/other trait?
  • What made you pick your specific pooch?

The interview will be conducted via email. Please feel free to write as long of a response as you wish. Bragging about how wonderful your dog is is totally allowed. If you would like to attach a picture of your pooch to be included in the blog post, that would be great too!

And don’t worry–if you don’t want your name on the blog, I’m happy to interview “Spot’s Mommy” or “Pluto’s Dad.”

Thanks so much! I look forward to hearing from you!

3 thoughts on “Call for Interviewees!

  1. Great idea! I know there are many super special adoption stories out there. At Orphans we many times wonder and talk about those special dogs and cats that we were able to get to know and help before they were adopted. And wonder what they are up to and how their life has turned out. We especially love receiving photos in the mail or finding them posted on our facebook page. I look forward to this blog of adoption stories very much.

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