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Petfinder, the ubiquitous classifieds site for adoptable dogs, was founded in 1996—right on the heels of Craigslist and Match, the year before—and similarly revolutionized how people found pets.
These pipelines of adoptable animals—primarily, but not exclusively, moving from south to north—have become a cultural phenomenon in their own right, and a key part of a broader transformation of companion-animal welfare.
This fall, Hill’s Pet Nutrition has partnered with NBCUniversal Local to sponsor the Clear The Shelters initiative, which aims to pair more people up with adoptable dogs across the nation and helps them become the best possible dog parents.How to Adopt the Perfect Adventure Dog|elessard|August 25, 2021|Outside Online
Anyone watching Cindy’s tail wag live on Petco’s Facebook page, part of an event this past April, could shop for the vest and other items in real-time as adoptable dogs modeled them on the livestream.The future of social media looks a lot like QVC|Scott Nover|July 29, 2021|Quartz
This will be one of the biggest barriers Microsoft faces in making Mesh widely adoptable, as even getting the price down to half or a third of where it’s at now would leave the hardware out of reach for most consumers.Microsoft’s Mesh Will Let Us Beam Ourselves to Work as Holograms|Vanessa Bates Ramirez|March 10, 2021|Singularity Hub
There are, to a first approximation, zero healthy adoptable babies in the US foster care system.
I didn't cherry pick this list; it's the first page of search results for adoptable, relatively young kids.
Rescue groups and individuals have come forward stating that the animals they gave PETA were healthy and adoptable.PETA Gone Wild: Flour Bombing Kim Kardashian, Accusing HBO of “Murder”|Tricia Romano|April 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Genetic traits are identified and matched in the genetic banks of adoptable children.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin