Wear Orange: Mutt Monday

By Deborah Taylor-French www.dogleadermysteries.com

I never wear orange because makes my skin look yellow. But this month, my blog will be wearing orange because

April is Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month.

Orange may show up as ribbons you or your dog wear out for a walk. Could be an interesting way to meet new friends. If you look good in orange, you can get a t-shirt from the ASPCA Go Orange. Or maybe you have an orange baseball cap? You get the idea.

Most dogs do not have orange fur. But now I am on a mission. How many dogs can I find with orange coats, sweaters or collars?

Beagle sitting pretty.
Beagles love to please.

April: Prevention of Cruelty to Animals MonthHow to Choose Your New Best Friend from an Animal Shelter The Gilmer Mirror Online To read more about how many pets in the USA lose their lives for lack of a home, this article offers you an update.

This Monday, I have picked a dog from Nor Cal Beagle Rescue.

JoeJoe at Nor Cal Beagle Rescue
JoeJoe would love to wear orange with you.

JoeJoe lives in a kennel because his person has asthma. He rates as a top canine good citizen. His person wants JoeJoe to have a lovely family that this healthy dog deserves. He lives in the Bay Area. Please fetch his adoption profile and contact information here at Nor Cal Beagles Available for Adoption.

Posted April 2, 2012 by Deborah Taylor-French

Go now to the ASPCA link. Please pick one or two things from their list you will do this month for animals.

10 Ways to Celebrate Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Month

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