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Pet Rescue - a growing problem (VIDEO)



 
 
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Old June 20th 13, 06:41 PM
joeapsey joeapsey is offline
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Default Pet Rescue - a growing problem (VIDEO)

Hello everyone

I have just finished making this video at Tenford Kennels (in Staffordshire) looking at the problems about Dog/Cat Rescue and rehabilitation in the hope to encourage others to adopt rescue animals and/or help out their local animal shelter in any way that they can.

All animals featured in the video are rescue animals and are looking for homes.

PLEASE SHARE this video to help raise awareness about these issues and promote the adoption of rescue animals.

Thank you

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xa5YIBfgCVg
 




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