We Just Reached 100,000 Followers on Twitter—Thank You!

Friday, May 18, 2012 - 9:45am

High-fives and paw shakes—we just passed 100,000 followers on Twitter! We're not ashamed to admit that Twitter is the first thing our social media team checks in the morning—we love chatting with our followers and spreading animal welfare news. Together we have fought for tougher laws to protect animals, shared vital pet care tips with friends, pledged to fight puppy mills...and, of course, found homes for hundreds of homeless pets.

You've given so much to the animals, and now we want to give a little something back.

All Day: Prizes on Twitter!
How have you helped animals? Did you adopt a pet or maybe you volunteer at your local shelter? Today only, send us (@ASPCA) an animal-related tweet and include the hashtag #ASPCA100K—photos earn extra points! Throughout the day we'll select the top 10 tweets with the best animal protection message—and winners will receive some awesome ASPCA swag! (Must be 18 or older at the time of entry to enter. This contest is void where prohibited and is limited to legal U. S. residents.)

Hot $10 Deals!
As a special thank you to all our fans, for the next 72 hours, you can get any of these animal-friendly gifts for just $10 using coupon code TW100K. 

Together we are 100,000 voices for animals—thank you! And if you're not following us on twitter already, get on that.

Take the PledgeSmall brown foal lying in a field of clover.A horse's legs, shown in motion over dirt

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Sean Mckendree

Im not too familiar with twitter but I follow you on facebook. I got my cat Purrsia from my local non-kill animal shelter. I think instead of you picking your next pet let them pick you. I was talking to one of the employees about adopting and I turned around and seen the cutest black cat rubbing up against the glass saying pick me and well I did and I will never regret it. Since then, I volunteer there every chance I get. Although, sometimes its difficult for an animal lover like me, because I want to give all of them a FOREVER HOME! I seen this one black cat Im not sure how old it was but I knew it had been there along time and it was depressed and had a wall built up for some reason it was kind of agressive but I still gave him the benefit of the doubt. I cried so hard one day for him. I hvae an enormous faith in god and all believers. Finally, one day I went there and he wasnt there I was sad I couldnt see him anymore but at the same time I ecstatic he finally found a home.