If you don’t have an eNeighbors website for your neighborhood, what do you do if you’ve lost your pet?
We’ll, if you’re like most people, you’ll probably post flyers, go door-to-door, and maybe even call animal control. With any luck, you’ll be able to locate your pet in no time, but more often than not, these tactics can feel painfully futile.
But imagine if you had the ability to instantly communicate with all of your neighbors via email?
With eNeighbors Bulletins, you can do just that.
In fact, just yesterday, a resident of Parkhurst lost their cat, Napoleon. (Parkhurst is a neighborhood that uses our services.)
A bulletin was sent out to everyone on the email list at 4:30PM to inform neighbors to look out for a “2-year old grey male cat” with a “blue and white Safe-cat collar with a gold tag…”
Two and a half hours later, at 7:00PM, Napoleon had been found and an email was sent out to thank everyone.
“Our cat Napoleon was found by one of our good neighbors underneath their enclosed deck, and is in wonderful shape, although a bit hungry!!
Thank you Lori for helping to bring our family member back home.
Thank you sooooo much everyone!!!!!”
Despite what the title of this post may suggest, we don’t advertise our services as a way of retrieving lost pets. We’re simply a communication tool that helps neighbors communicate in the way that they want to, but it’s a great example of how eNeighbors can provide value to neighborhoods and their residents.
If you’re interested in an eNeighbors website for your neighborhood, we’d love to show you our demo.