ADS Provides a Purrfect Solution for the Nashville Humane Association

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    ADS Provides a Purrfect Solution for the Nashville Humane Association
    • 2 November 2011
    • Author: Kristin Milner
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    ADS Security (ADS) announced today the launch of the Nashville Humane Association’s new “Kitty Cam”. In an effort to help raise awareness about Nashville Humane’s cat adoption program, ADS installed a video surveillance camera in the facility’s cat playroom. The camera streams live video to their website, where cats can be viewed daily between 10 am – 5 pm.

    Cats at Nashville Humane have historically experienced a lower adoption rate than dogs, so ADS worked with the shelter to devise a solution that would generate new interest in their cat adoption program. “The Kitty Cam is a great new tool because it allows someone considering adoption to preview the cat’s personalities from the convenience of their computer,” said Lisa Reeves, Nashville Humane Association Event and Public Relations Manager. “Ultimately, we hope the Kitty Cam will send more adopters through the shelter’s doors.”

    ADS is passionate about keeping pets safe and launched the ADS PAWS program last year. The program offers pet owners tools to protect their pets while they are away from home, including smoke and carbon monoxide detection, a pet safety profile, pet rescue stickers and pet cams.

    To view the Kitty Cam, visit nashvillehumane.org/kitty_cam.
    To learn more about the ADS PAWS program, visit adspaws.com.


    About the Nashville Humane Association

    The Nashville Humane Association (NHA), incorporated in 1946 to protect the well-being of animals in Davidson County, is one of the oldest service organizations in Nashville. The roots of NHA can be traced back to a society founded in 1887 to protect children from inhumane working conditions and draft horses from mistreatment.

    NHA is committed to finding responsible homes, controlling pet overpopulation and promoting the humane treatment of animals.

    Visit the Nashville Humane Association website at nashvillehumane.org.


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    Kristin Milner

    Kristin Milner

    Kristin has been with ADS since 2009. She loves the tv show "Nashville", Jeni's Ice Cream, the outdoors, and Fleetwood Mac. Kristin now resides with her husband, son, and three dogs in Seattle, WA.

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