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August 9, 2011

“Hi, I’m Sarah McLachlan, and I’m about to ruin your whole f*cking day.”

The image ^ made me laugh, but I didn’t know exactly what it was about. So I found the video, referenced above…and it quickly made me sad and sadder and think about adopting another dog.

Please watch and share up, if so inspired:

 

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Relephant fur-friends:

Why We Should Adopt Rescue Dogs. {Photos}

The Photo Story of Bran, “the Most Amazingly Sweet Dog Ever.”

Sorry about all the poop: The 10 Commandments of your Dog.

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PeteEck Jun 19, 2013 7:57pm

Every time I hear this song, it stops me in my tracks, and sends a chill up my spine.

thatblonde Jun 19, 2013 7:11pm

Bravo to her. She didn't turn away from a hard truth. I commend her, and those to do the good work.

toddsnyder Apr 14, 2013 4:13pm

Hi i would like to get sara's email address or phone num. she talks about animal abuse, well my poor puppy just died from a bath from hartz flea and tick shampoo, this is animal abuse from a large company. We have got to stop hartz now, my dog was having seizures and he went blind

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