An Army of Compassion for Pets Goes Where the Need Is Greatest
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#1 Oct 17, 2006
Thankfully there are people who care about animals. Listen if you can not afford or love and feed and shelter an animal leave it at the shelter or the pet store. There are so many abused animals out there please think before you take home that cute puppy. The need as much attentions as a small child. Thank you.
#2 Jan 9, 2012
in the 1980's,i lived in accord,n.y.a little stray terrier puppy was abandoned,and i adopted it..had her for 13 years,she as a globe trotter..even went to arizona with me,had numerous trips to the smoky mtns.,in tennessee.when she died in 1996,i was devastated.yes,they can reach out and touch you..maybe God sends them to us,to love and be rewarded with love back,that's golden.
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