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Animal Abuse/Adoption

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The shocking number of animal cruelty cases reported daily on television and in the media is only the tip of the iceberg. Most cases are never reported, and most animal suffering goes unrecognized and unabated. Anyone can take steps against  animal cruelty, with reporting and through proper adoption. What can you do to help?

Stay Tuned Animal Abuse/Adoption With a shocking number of animal cruelty cases reported daily, what can you do to help?

 

Watch the full interview with Marge Bart of Blue Chip Animal Refuge:

Stay Tuned Marge Bart Interview Interview with Marge Bart of Blue Chip Animal Refuge

 

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