Animal-Ua Lawe hana hoʻonanea no Couples
Iwalani oe - oe Nihi Ka loaa kekahi mea kupaianaha e like ana ko oukou aloha o nā kiʻiʻoniʻoni, i ka pono nui o ka hoʻomākeʻaka, and adores animals. If you’re running out of date night ideas and have explored every romantic outing, No ke aha la i komo ma kekahi philanthropy e like me ka hui i, oi loa aku hoi, ina he Desha i hana hoʻonanea oukou ano i ka? Here are some ideas on ways you can help out, a pau me ke kokua ana o ko oukou hoa:
1.) For the: Overrun shelters and rescues oftentimes need help capturing quality photographs of their current animals available for adoption. Are you or your partner a master of Instagram, ai ole ia, e hana oe i ka wehewehe i na ins, a mai loko mai o ka aperture? This could be a great fit for you, and it can easily make a difference in the number of animals being adopted. Contact your shelter to see if you can offer your services, a kaʻana like poe nani maka ma ka lawelawe kūkākūkā ioauoa e kōkua loaa ia lakou home.
2.) Popilikia: Mai o ka clutter? It’s so easy to accumulate too many things as a couple, so take the opportunity to clean house and provide needed items to local shelters and rescues. Towels, blankets, nupepa, mau, placemats, and more can all prove useful to these groups. Give them a call, and see what they need. You’ll help them out with supplies while making your home more organized.
3.) Keiki: Cutting out meat and/or animal products can liven up your meals together. Jay-Z and Beyonce did it, pela no ke aha aole oe? Vegan and vegetarian takes on your favorite dishes can make pizza night far more interesting, and this lifestyle gives way to new culinary flavors and restaurant adventures. Do it for the animals, no ka mea, o ko oukou mea ola ia, or just to incorporate more produce into your dinners. kekahi ala, he pono - a tasty!
4.) hele: Hana i ka elua o oukou aloha mai ia hitting i ke alanui? Is traveling on your wish list, aka, ia oukou, aole loa he e hana ia mea hiki mai? Many shelters and rescues need transports between their locations and other rescues or foster homes. If you’re going out of town anyway, a ina au i mau makemake ai e ike i kekahi hapa o ka moku'āina, kaumaha e lawe aku i holoholona, a ina ua pololei kekahi hapa o ke alanui.
5.) Arts a me na Fashion: Inā 'oe a elua hiki mai ana, e aloha aku DIY hana (noonoo ana a pau Party mau ipo, a me na mea paahana aku,) then this is a fun project for you. With a few items and some teamwork, you can easily build cold weather shelters or dog houses for stray animals in your community. This is also a great test for relationships, much like Ikea purchases. If you both love art, ho okumu i kekahi'āpana pu, ae lūlū mai ia lakou i ka holoholona nonprofit e kudala aku ai ke hoʻohana i hoala mai kaʻike.
6.) kamepiula 'ē aʻe: Ina oe makemake eʻenehana-savvy, offer to help rescues or shelters with their webpage design or social networking sites. If you blog, kakau i kekahi mau 'atikala e pili ana i kēia mau kumuwaiwai kaiaulu, ai ole ia e kokua mai ia lakou lilo Moʻomanaʻo Pūnaewele o ko lakou mau.
7.) Socializing: I hana i ka poe home ma Hawaii, and I can assure you that most residents don’t get many visitors. If you have a pet that has the right personality for this line of work, talk to an animal therapy group to start the process of getting your pet ready for volunteering. We all know how comforting animal interaction is, pela no ke aha la e kaumaha ia i ka mea i nele i ka oluolu? Consider offering these services to domestic violence shelters, hanai keiki, a me nā mea maʻi hospice, oi aku. Don’t think only cats and dogs can do this work, kekahi! I’ve seen bunnies, puaʻa, a i manu kuhukukū a pau e hana ana i ko lakou kuleana!
8.) Sports: Inā 'oe, a me kou lei aloha nohoʻeleu, noonoo e hoʻolālā a komo i loko o ka 5K e hoala kaʻike ma holoholonaʻino, or offer to walk the dogs at a local adoption event. Perhaps even host a puppy “race” or kitten Superbowl to benefit your local Humane Society. You’ll help charities in their efforts while having fun, a me ka mea ka i ka lanakila '-lanakila.
9.) noho ana ma: ua piha na ilio, a me nā pōpoki mea e pono ai ka wa pau ole Homes ko makou holoholona hale kamala, and rescue groups urgently need fosters for these animals in order to prevent euthanasia. If you’re a homebody and have extra space to foster an animal temporarily, contact your local animal shelters and rescue groups. What’s better than saving a life a noho ia e pāʻani me ka hou furry hoaaloha?
Loaa keia mau philanthropic hana hoʻonanea e like me ka hui i, ae ike i ka pu oukou huli ana i ke koena unuhi i loko o ka nohoʻana o nā holoholona a puni oukou.