The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office announced the tongue-in-cheek site on its Facebook page earlier this week, as a method of matching up adoptable pets with their forever homes.
Sheriff Wayne Ivey, with the help of the department’s police dog K-e up with the idea. The announcement for the site said, “You will only want to swipe right when you see these adoptable cuties.”
Each week a “homeless” dog or cat at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Care Center will be put in the spotlight for potential families to “swipe right” on.
Explaining more about Tender, the Facebook post said: “America’s Top Police Dog, K-9 Junny is launching his brand new dating site
Tender!! No, not that app, as this site is actually designed to find ‘furever homes’ for Junny’s homeless friends at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Animal Care Center.
“‘Junny’s Tender Site’ is designed to find tender, loving, and caring homes for the dogs and cats in our Animal Care Center that have been with our team for an extended period of time. the announcement continued. “Knowing that having a ‘furever home’ is what every pet deserves, Junny decided he would launch ‘Junny’s Tender Site,’ so that he could post a new profile pic of one http://datingranking.net/trans-dating of his friends each and every Saturday, that will almost guarantee a perfect match for a new pet and owner!! Read more