"Our cause at Talk Fusion is ‘speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves,’”
Monster the Cat
Bay News 9 video news reporter Josh Gauntt recently captured the reunion of Monster the cat with its owners in Brandon, Florida. His report was the first to tell this “good samaritan” story to television and web viewers alike.
Airing August 12, 2012, on Bay News 9, a local 24-hours news operation, and being posted on YouTube a few hours later, Gauntt’s report chronicled Reina’s encounter with Monster in June 2012 outside the Talk Fusion Corporate Headquarters. Noticing that Monster seemed injured, Reina immediately climbed down, rescued him from the drainage area where he was trapped, and took him to a vetinarian specialist. After weeks of expensive treatment, Monster was recently reunited with his owners, the Anderson family, who had desparately been searching for him, and nearly given up hope. When Reina discovered that Mr. Anderson was a disabled veteran, he personally paid Monster’s $5,000 in medical bills for the family.
“Mr. Anderson has made a lot of sacrifices for our country,” Reina said. “So it was my pleasure to help them in any way I could.”
Tampa Bay area residents who saw or read the story on Bay News 9 responded directly to Talk Fusion with admiration and approval:
• Karen Blehm wrote: “I read about you and how you saved Monster. That’s absolutely amazing. Thank you so much for being the caring person that you are!”
• Dan Shutte added: “What a great gesture, to help this woman and her cat. I applaud you.”
Need Help to Save the Cats
As a strong supporter, contributor and leader of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay, Reina and Talk Fusion are now helping lead the charge to save the feral cat community in Hillsborough County.
The Humane Society of Tampa Bay has helped control the feral cat population by spaying and neutering more than 30,000 cats during the past five years with its Trap, Neuter, Vaccinate and Return [TNVR] Program. But after years of the program making a difference in reducing the number of cats and kittens euthanized in the local community, there is a movement to ban TNVR throughout Hillsborough County.
To combat this proposal, the Humane Society and Cat Crusaders Tampa, with the support of Talk Fusion, are circulating a petition to maintain TNVR in Hillsborough County and beyond.
“We are encouraging animal lovers to sign the petition and tell our local lawmakers that you support TNVR and to save the cats from being needlessly euthanized,”
In addition to Talk Fusion giving back to others and those who cannot speak for themselves, the global company offers cutting-edge video communication products that include Talk Fusion Video Email, Video Conferencing, Live Broadcasting, the Fusion On the Go mobile app, Video Share, E-Subscription Forms, Video Auto Responders, and the soon-to-be-released Talk Fusion Video Newsletters. These represent both the ultimate products for business or personal use and a definitive value throughout the industry.
ABOUT TALK FUSION
Talk Fusion is a rapidly growing global company that provides a Cutting-Edge Video Communication Solution to businesses and individuals. The company, founded in 2007 by CEO Bob Reina, offers an exciting income opportunity based on a unique perspective of the Relationship Marketing business model. While other companies may pay commissions weekly or monthly, Talk Fusion has introduced the world’s first and only Instant Pay Compensation Plan. Bringing together the world with the power of video by delivering a superior Solution is a top priority because Reina, a former Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Deputy, and the Talk Fusion team have a passion and enthusiasm for charity and the dream of helping people live life on their own terms. While the company adheres to the highest ethical business practices, Reina firmly believes that “with great success comes greater responsibility.”