Earlier this week if you were tuned in to the Martha Stewart TV show, you may have seen a wonderful show dedicated to “Do Something.” The show opened with none other than Adopt-a-Pet.com’s own spokesperson, Dr. Pia Salk! For 9 minutes she and Martha talked about wonderful shelter and rescue pets available for adoption, from purebred Beagle puppies, to adorable kittens, unique photogenic mixed breeds from lap size to family size, and (one of Pia’s favorites) a super sweet Pit Bull named Sasha. Pia also talked about how people can “do something” to help homeless pets, even if they can’t adopt – like volunteer, share adoptable pets on social networking sites, or put an Adopt-a-Pet.com search widget (like Pia did) on their own website! Or if you have a special skill, like you are a professional or amateur photographer, you can volunteer to take photos of pets for adoption, like celeb photographer Richard Phibbs does. You can understand the life-changing difference a good photo , or social networking to get a pet seen and saved, can make in the life of a shelter or rescue pet. Did you miss the show on TV? You can watch the segment online here on MarthaStewart.com right now!  Also on Pia’s blog on MarthaStewart.com  you won’t want to miss the 33 photos Pia posted from behind the scenes. It takes a LOT of people, animals, and hard work to put together “just” a 9-minute segment! We just thrilled that Martha Stewart uses her show to promote wonderful causes, like helping homeless pets. Thank you Martha and thank you Pia for such a great show!

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