Dictionary.com has 29 descriptions of “Like.”
“Like” can mean something is similar. “He looks like his father.”
“Like” can describe characteristics. “It looks like rain.”
It can make a comparison. “I slept like a log.”
A kid with a case of “puppy love,” might whisper to his friend, “I really like her.” The friend asks, “Do you mean you like her? Or that you LIKE-like her?” If he admits that he LIKE-likes her the news is all over school before the real “liking” even begins.
Now there’s a 30th meaning for “Like.” If you’ve ever logged on to Facebook (like we have) then you know what we would like to have from you. We would like to have your “Like.” (Real quick here. This isn’t going to cost you anything. It’s free and it only takes a few seconds.)
If you want to click on it right now, go ahead. We’re patient like that.
When you “Like” RCHS on Facebook you’re supporting what we do.
* You are in favor of saving the lives of animals that have no homes by pairing them with forever families through our Adoptions and the RCHS / FOCAS programs.
* You support our work to create a brighter future by providing humane education for children today.
* You understand that the dogs in our Pet Assisted Therapy program deliver healing power that no human can give.
* You see how the Community Pet Food Bank is keeping pets together with senior citizens, veterans, families that are working-poor, people suffering from illnesses and injuries, and members of the homeless population.
* You want us to continue holding the safety net of our Animal Safehouse and Pet Crisis programs that allow victims of domestic abuse to escape and provide a lifeline for the pets of families facing catastrophe.
All that just by clicking “Like” on your Rancho Coastal Humane Society’s Facebook.
We would also like it if, after you Like us, you invite people you like to Like us, too.
It’s free. It’s quick. And it’s a statement that shows your humanity.
Thank you for “Liking” your Rancho Coastal Humane Society.
We like you, too.