Adopt Lance Bass’ Lucky Puppy!

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Meet Buddy!

Lance Bass (who is in a five-way tie for our all-time favorite N’Sync-er) is on a mission to find an adorable one-eyed puppy a home.

He posted the pic on his Instagram account with the message: Meet Buddy our newest Lucky Puppy! We have tons of fun presents for whoever finds a great home for him! DirtyPopLive@gmail.com for info ( yes he has one eye! So cool!)

Yep, we’d say that’s one lucky puppy!

 

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True Blood’s Kristen Bauer van Straten for No-Kill LA

True Blood star– and featured cat lover in our upcoming book A Letter to My Cat– Kristin Bauer van Straten has partnered up with No-Kill Los Angeles, an initiative of Best Friends Animal Society® that aims to turn LA into the largest no-kill city in the nation by providing spray/neuter services where it is needed most and increasing animal adoptions. Last year alone, NKLA helped over 23,000 animals find new homes!

With over 13,000 animals killed last year in LA shelters, every act of kindness is appreciated. Watch this video, share it with your friends to raise awareness, and check out NKLA.org to see the different ways you can help save lives– from adoption, to fostering, or even donating just $10 to feed a pet for a week.

The simplest way of all? Donate $10 via mobile phone by texting the word NKLA to 50555.

17 Puppies Abandoned on Roadside Up for Adoption

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Attention all dog lovers in the Chicagoland/Indiana region!

We heard this story on the news and wanted to pass the information along. It breaks our hearts that someone would dump so many sweet puppies and just take off, but we know they’ll all go to wonderful homes. Yours, perhaps?

From today’s Chicago Tribune:

Seventeen mixed Lab puppies were found dumped along a road near the Indiana Dunes, but authorities say they are all healthy and plan to hold adoptions as early as this weekend.

“They’re great little puppies,” said Ashley Hill, dog coordinator for Lakeshore PAWS, a shelter in Valparaiso, Ind., that is taking care of the dogs. “They’re hilarious.”

Karen Read told the Northwest Indiana Times that she was driving Friday night along State Park Road, just east of Indiana Highway 49 in Porter County, when she spotted the pups. “I saw a mother dog and countless puppies,” she said.

Authorities said they are looking for the driver of a gold SUV that was seen speeding off as Read approached. Porter County police said Tuesday that they have not been able to find the driver.

Hill said the puppies appear to be from two, maybe three litters. They range in age from 6 to 12 weeks old.

The shelter hopes to put the puppies up for adoption as soon as Saturday. Anyone interested must submit a survey available on the shelter’s website. The puppies can be viewed from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday at Coco’s Canine Cabana, 405 Elm St., Valparaiso.

“We’re hoping to have everyone come by Saturday and pick a puppy,” Hill said.