When a family member dies, everyone has to keep an eye on the loved one.
But for a group of people in Cork, it’s not so simple.
They have to watch out for their friends, their family, and their pets too.
The Cork Dog & Paws team have been working on the concept of “Friendly Dog” since 2014.
They created the app to help people in need and keep their pets safe.
The app has been downloaded by over 25,000 people and has over 2.5 million downloads.
Now they’re looking to raise money for a project that will help animals in need.
Cork Dog and Paws is a charity that provides dogs with the same love and care as humans, but at a much lower cost.
“Our goal is to make the world a better place,” Cork Dog said.
“We hope this project will give back to animals and hopefully save them from suffering in the future.”
Cork Dog has partnered with charity The Cat and the Mitten to launch the project.
The Cat & the Mittens is an organisation that provides pets and kittens with love, companionship, and veterinary care in an environment where they can live out their lives free from the threat of veterinary care.
“People want to know if they can give their pets a better life,” Corkdog said.
The Cats & the Paws app uses a social media platform, and people can upload photos and videos of their pets.
The photos are tagged with tags like “friend”, “pets”, “pet-friend”, and “piggy”.
The app then calculates how many people have shared the photo and whether it has been liked or shared by more people.
If more people share the photo, the app counts the number of people who have liked or retweeted the photo.
The charity then uses that data to target its social media campaigns.
The dogs that Corkdog has partnered up with have been tested and have shown a level of adoption that is beyond what they expected.
Corkdog and the Cats & Mittens has received support from local residents to make sure they’re in good health and are well cared for.
CorkDog and the Cat & Mitten have also partnered with the Cork County Council to give the dogs the same care as people.
The council has been working with Corkdog to provide the dogs with food and treats for the last three months, and have raised more than €50,000.
“They’ve had great response from the public, so it’s been a really good outcome,” CorkDog founder and CEO Ben Walsh said.
Cork dog has a long way to go to get to that level, but they’re hoping that this will make a difference.
“This will enable them to continue to provide these fantastic, loving, and caring animals that we’re so proud to be a part of,” Walsh said in a statement.