An intersection alert gets people’s attention while they’re passing through an intersection. You will see stores, charities, and schools create intersection alerts to advertise, rally support, and or bring awareness to something.
To create an intersection alert, you need a group of friends willing to volunteer for a couple of hours, flyers, signs, a busy intersection, and willing to be an extroverted person for a short period of time.
Have your friends hold signs and pass out flyers to pedestrians and cars stopped in traffic.
If you manage to gather a lot of people, you may want to consider dividing the party into two parties to cover multiple intersections.
Make sure you and your friends stay safe. Do not block traffic or stand in the middle of the road.
You may have children that want to help with the intersection alert, but bringing children to busy intersections filled with strangers isn’t the best of ideas. Instead, get them involved in making “Lost Pet” signs for the alert.
Make sure to check the forecast before heading to the intersection and dress accordingly.
Also, be sure to bring plenty of water.
An intersection alert is not guaranteed to get your pet home, but it certainly helps with the effort. Don’t lose hope and don’t ever stop searching. With enough determination, you increase the likelihood of being reunited with your pet again.