10/1/2019: Over the summer Katy Nissan in Katy, Texas quietly made a big change. This car dealership routinely posted weekly Facebook Live videos with promotions/giveaways. In one such video a puppy was to be auctioned off with the help of local rescue, CAMO rescue. There was an immediate blowback from animal advocates. However, there was also quick reaction from Mark Colon, the general manager of Katy Nissan.
Advocates use social media (especially Facebook) to network and coordinate efforts to help animals. Clickbait sites are impeding efforts. These are sites/pages designed to grab attention, create a distraction. They use a shocking image or provide little detail (just enough to incite you to "click" on link and share). Advocates, driven by their love for animals, share for "help". A close look makes clear these sites do not help animals.
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