Virtual Animal Adoption Meet and Greet Example
Even if social distancing measures prevent in-person meet-and-greets with your available animals, it’s still important for adopters to see and get to know their new potential pet prior to making the adoption official. To make that happen, try hosting virtual meet-and-greets via video conferencing. You can even ask your foster families to share their unique knowledge of their foster pet with potential adopters.
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