Our friends at Texadia Systems sponsored a wonderful prize for North Texas Giving Day which was awarded to Dallas Pets Alive. Texadia System experts dug in and got excited about DPA’s mission, which led to them to go above and beyond the original prize reward and ensure that our technology at the new Adoption Container was exactly what we needed.
Thanks to Texadia System patrons can search and be matched with foster pets that cannot attend events so they, too, can get exposure to potential adopters. It takes outside-of-the-box thinking to help all pets find forever homes, thank you Texadia for being an innovative, life-saving partner
Adoption Spotlight: Ernest
Ernest was rescued by Dallas Pets Alive! (DPA), in December, after testing positive for Sarcoptic Mange, Ernest quickly became an internet sensation leading him to become a fan favorite due to his “grumpy” look— despite his “grumpy” look, Ernest is really just the sweetest cat all around.
The innovative matchmaking tool at the DPA adoption container and his Youtube short debut, Ernest caught the eye of Brooke, who ultimately decided to adopt him. Thanks to the efforts of Texadia, an innovative, lifesaving partner, Ernest found his home through the DPA Adoption Container. Ernest’s adoption marks a significant milestone for DPA, as he is the FIRST cat to be adopted through the DPA Adoption Container. In addition, Ernest is one of the eight pets triumphantly adopted through the container thus far.
DPA! Adoption Container
Dallas Pets Alive (DPA) and Community Beer Company (CBC) have joined forces to create the DPA! Adoption Container to change the perception of rescue animals amongst the public. The adoption container is a creative space designed to provide a platform for collaboration, technology, and rescue— aiming to introduce the concept of fostering and adopting rescue animals to various visitors entering its space. Some distinct highlights include a customized rooftop for private events, a retail store, the tools to match patrons with foster pets, and bar space for CBC to use for large events.