Time is running out!
Greetings, friends and supporters!
I'm writing this update with one eye on the clock, as we currently have only 37 hours to go on this campaign. 37 hours! Will we make it?
Abso-frickin'-lutely! Here's what I'm doing to ensure success:
Talking to the press. Let's Pretend We're Bunny Rabbits has gotten a lot of attention from bloggers and press outlets this week, including Seattle Gay Scene, Seattlest, Deep Dish, Galore Podcast, Furry News Network, Flayrah, and even a gay website in Croatia! Here's hoping all this coverage inspires readers to contribute!
Social Media. I've been posting and tweeting like a madman, and will continue to do so throughout the weekend. Want to follow the conversation or join in? Check out Let's Pretend We're Bunny Rabbits on Facebook and Twitter. And take a look at my personal Twitter feed as well.
FUR-sonal appearances. Throughout the life of this campaign, I've been dressing up in fursuits and hitting the town, passing out postcards and spreading the word about Let's Pretend We're Bunny Rabbits. This weekend promises more of the same; tonight I'm donning a bear suit for "Bearracuda" at the Eagle, and tomorrow I'll be passing around the piggy bank at The Cuff's popular tea dance. (No, that's not a euphemism.) Wish me luck!
Personal networking. Here's where you all come in. If each person reading this update convinces one friend to make a contribution, we'll easily hit our fundraising goal. Just send them this Kickstarter link, let them know that this is an ALL OR NOTHING campaign, and ask them to join our 137 amazing backers in helping make this film a reality. You'll get tons of good karma points, plus big hugs of gratitude from me the next time I see you.
Whatever ends up happening in 37 hours, please know that I'm eternally grateful for all the amazing love and support I've experienced during this campaign. It gives me a warm, fuzzy feeling inside - which is appropriate, since that's how I feel on the outside every time I put on a fursuit. Thank you all, from the bottom of my heart (and no, that's not a euphemism either).