Enabling animal welfare organizations to increase adoptions & save more lives


…enables shelters to share the lives of their adoptable pets through social media


Coming soon …enables shelters to turn social media storytelling into sponsorship revenue

is used by shelter & rescue group volunteers, socializers, and fosters

Those who interact most with adoptable pets love taking pictures of their furry friends. They use AdoptMeApp to bring stories to those pictures and post them to Twitter and other social media, bringing a whole new level of exposure to these pets looking for their forever homes! (Check out the AdoptMeApp demo.)

AdoptMeApp is easy for the shelter volunteers. They don't even need to know anything about social media or have any social media accounts: Take a picture, type a few words, hit a button. Then this happens:

And a personalized feed of these stories appears on each pet's profile page at their shelter's website - their posts become a live, scrolling diary of the pet's daily life.

AdoptMeApp is in production at San Diego Humane Society (San Diego+other local cities, CA), Contra Costa Animal Services (Martinez & Pinole, CA), Front Street Animal Shelter (Sacramento, CA), Stanislaus Animal Services Agency (Modesto, CA), Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority (Santa Clara, CA), San Jose Animal Care Center (San Jose, CA), San Luis Obispo County Animal Services (San Luis Obispo, CA), Animal Allies Humane Society (Duluth, MN), RSPCA Queensland (Brisbane+many other cities in QLD, Australia) and there will be many more to come. Contact us if you would like to have your shelter enabled with AdoptMeApp. It's free!

is used by pet lovers who donate to support adoptable animals

Currently sponsors of shelter and rescue pets get almost no feedback about the animals they help support. SponsorMeApp turns that support into an interactive friendship. SponsorMeApp is coming soon!


Cynthia Typaldos
Office: 408-867-8875
Mobile: 650-215-8406

AdoptMeApp – Enabling animal welfare organizations to increase adoptions & save more lives