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Kevin McHale Is on the Animals' Side

Kevin McHale is used to playing the underdog as Glee star Artie Abrams, so it’s no surprise that he’s sticking up for underdogs everywhere by starring in this peta2 ad asking fans to adopt from a local animal shelter. Kevin’s own adopted pooch, Sophie, is all ears to this life-saving message—are you?

If you had to guess how many cats and dogs are without homes in the U.S., what would you say? One hundred thousand? One million? Try 6 to 8 million. That’s the number of cats and dogs who enter U.S. animal shelters every year, and half of them are killed because no one will take them home. The good news? You can help!


Stand up for underdogs everywhere by spreading the word that shelter animals need our help! Boycott pet stores and breeders, and show some love to the “unwanted” cats and dogs at your local shelter. Companion animals truly are “man’s best friend.” They never judge, they love unconditionally, and all they ask in return is to be cared for with compassion. Are you up for the task? Adopt today!  

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    565 days ago

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    Awwww, I love this guy!

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    682 days ago

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    Does anyone know a local rescue shelter, in
    Martinsburg, West Virginia that will allow fifteen years old to volunteer. I would love to help in some way, and I am already trying to stop dissection at my school as well. If you have any information please email me at mygrlvp@gmail.com I would love to help save an animals life.

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    768 days ago

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    couldn’t agree more. i volunteer at the local animal shelter and try to give the animals there all the love and affection they diserve. they are so loveable and it breaks my heart that i can’t take them all home.

    my ex-boyriends father breeds his pitbulls up to 5 times in their life. i get so angry at him. i told him to stop, that there’s loving animals who NEED homes alive right now, that breeding wasn’t neccessary. he disagreed. stating that no one “wants a mut”. bullshitttt. i love my “muts”, and what i love even more is their everlasting thankfullness that i rescued them.

    thanks peta2!