Saturday, April 17, 2010

Scout and Bandit become the spokesdogs for Faceless International

Guess what? Me and Scout have some super cool fantastic news to share!!

We're going to be the spokesdogs for Faceless International! (You remember, we wrote about Faceless before.)

Isn't that great? They're going to use me and Scout to help teach kids about the very serious problem of human trafficking.

No, human trafficking is not when forty-leven hundred people all try to cross the street at the same time.

Human trafficking is when bad people steal other people and sell them, or force them to do horrible things that they do not want to do, and keep them in terrible places without food and water and won't let them go home to their mommies no matter how much they cry.

It is not a nice thing at all.

Me and Scout are going to help Sarah and Nancy and Super Cool Lori Lenz answer questions and tell stories and teach our readers about this, and tell you how you can help.

Plus, and this is really exciting, Mommy says one of us pups is going to take a road trip with her and maybe even visit some schools and people who are helping Faceless! I know it'll be me she takes, because Scout doesn't like to ride in the car.

So keep checking back for more stuff about Faceless International and how you can help fight human trafficking. You won't even have to leave your house.


PS: you can read what Mommy has to say about this. And you can visit our friends Faceless International, too!

Visit Mommy's new blog, Notes From The Funny Farm, and don't forget to follow us on Twitter!


Bocci said...

What a great idea and organization! My Parental Unit is a bit tardy on the follow through, but will choose one soon!
Your buddy,

Anonymous said...

IS VERY GOOD..............................

Tom Collins said...

Wow! You guys are amazing (Mommy, too)!

The thought that BlogPaws could inspire this kind effort and spread beyond our pet rescue/shelter theme so soon was too much to hope for ... but here you are!

Can't wait to hear more about this effort and the people you'll meet and your impact.

Thanks for taking on such an important cause,


Anonymous said...

Thanks everyone! And Tom, Mommy says next time she is going to bring me to BlogPaws. I'm still mad that she made me stay home.