Monday, November 17, 2014


I love animals, I mean who doesn’t like a cuddly fur baby to cuddle up to? I currently have 2 cats, and one big dog, and all 3 were rescued from shelters. For me, it is the best way to go. They need a home more than any other animal. So When OPERATION ResCUTE asked me to work with them, I couldn’t say no after reading their story.

The story behind Jingles, is a true one. Jingles was a homeless puppy who started out by being on the streets of New York City. The book takes you through what she had to go through and how she found a family.

Not only is this a super cute book and story, but it’s one that you can really talk to your kids about and they can relate to. I can talk about our dog House (yes, named after the TV show) and how he was lost without a family before we adopted him.

Fallon loves the stuffed Jingles so much, she calls it “my baby puppy”. I can’t wait to see the upcoming books in the series.

When you buy this book and stuffed dog, you are buying more than that. 100% of the author’s profits are being donated to help other rescue animals get adopted. How awesome is that? So for $30 you are getting a book, stuffed Jingles AND helping save an animals life. To me that is totally worth it. I would buy today.

If you are interested in adopting an animal but don’t know where to start, OPERATION ResCUTE has a section that will help you find the perfect animal today.

I highly suggest you buy today for all the kids in your family.

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