Pet FBI on Radio and TV!
Click to view a WSYX ABC TV Interview (opens new window) with Maresa Fanelli, our Director and Char Riedinger, our Facebook Admin, exposing scams about lost pets
This morning our founder and Executive Director, Maresa Fanelli, was interviewed by Ann Fisher on Central Ohio's National Public Radio affiliate, WOSU.
"All Sides With Ann Fisher" examines topical issues and events in lively and informativeinterviews with an entertainingstyle. Listeners participate via telephone, e-mail, Facebook and Twitter to add to the conversations.
Each Tuesday, the second hour of Ann's broadcast is devoted to technology in today's world. In her "Tech Tuesday" interview, Fanelli discussed the impact of the Google Ad Grant that Pet FBI was awarded.
On May 21 Candice Lee of Columbus Ohio's NBC4 did a segment on our organization and how we helped a Dublin Ohio family recover their cat, Leonardo diCatrio. Leo wandered off when the husband let him out at night - contrary to habit - while his wife was in Naples Florida for a few days. We were thrilled with the story and the exposure because the more people who know and use the Pet FBI lost and found pet database (which is national) and the Pet FBI Facebook page (which is for Ohio) - the better the chances of losers and finders connecting with each other and the more happy reunions.
As part of his excellent series of podcasts about dogs, Fernando Camacho asked us to talk about a subject we know all too well... Here a link to the podcast (opens new window)
We highly recommend his whole series of podcasts "The Great Dog Adventure" on helping people and dogs live better together and his informative website (opens new window)
To listen to an Animal Radio podcast of an interview about Pet FBI check our blog post.
October 26, 2017 - Our Ohio Facebook page, was instrumental in connecting a distraught pet parent with the person who ended up with "Cuddles" a pit bull. She had passed through several hands. There was a happy ending, but only after Cuddles' "Mom" went through a lot of turmoil. We wish to emphasize,, which the TV clip does not, that by not being spayed, a pet like Cuddles is especially vulnerable to being stolen for illicit purposes.