Today I was called "the prince of pups" and it made me feel good all over!
Humans have deliberately pitted dog-aggressive dogs in staged fights against one another. Where my puppies at? See those cruel Humans, Get them!!! Attention animal welfare advocates. I am writing to help end this brutal blood sport? What saddens me most is all the puppy mills, putting dogs to sleep, documenting lies. Hummedia News, Micheal Raspantini owner of Manhattan Buzz TV and me the Prince of Media need your help in saving puppies. I show no love to animal abusers. You people must be crazy barking at a writer like me. Last I read you guys are cowards. This is for my puppies. I don't know how to bark, but I know how to write! And this writer lost all his Patience! How are you going to explain abusing a animal?..... I am waiting?....... YOU can't!!!! Now READ! They say a mans best friend is a dog. I wonder what dogs think of humans?
And then check out the celebrity slide show that I was"looking fine in"! Along with my favorite celebrity "mentor" Popeater Naughty BUT Nice Rob Shuter(you may remember him from one of my early articles!)
So here is the message...
Be nice to animals!
AND if you can adopt a NYC for Valentines day...
I was told tonight that the shelters are FULL BEYOND CAPACITY : ( They have ZERO room and dogs are in cages in the hallways.... If you are considering a new dog, please GO to the shelter!! The lists will get longer and longer unless these dogs start getting out.
Call at 8AM if you can help a dog in danger...
So I found out there are MANY dogs that will be put down this week in NYC urgent_1.jpg
can you adjust your story and encourage any one that could adopt go to in NYC, Brooklyn, Staten Island shelter the dogs are in is the NYC ACC. Here is their Website http://www.nycacc.org
Manhattan - 212-722-4939
(hit 0 for operator, do not leave a message. Don't be timid! You may need to hit 0 a few times) The shelter is open until 7pm.
See the dogs in need here URGENT PART 2 on Facebook
And to make it real simple here are the addresses
Manhattan Animal Care Center
AC&C — Manhattan Animal Care Center
326 East 110th Street
New York, NY 10029
(between 1st and 2nd Avenues)
Shelter Hours: 8:00am to 8:00pm, 7 Days a Week
Adoption Hours: Noon to 7:00pm, 7 Days a Week
Closed on All Holidays
Directions: Take the '6' train to 110th St; walk 2 1/2 blocks east (shelter is on the South side of the street between 1st and 2nd Avenues)
There are shelters in Brooklyn and Staten Island to on the site!
ManhattanBuzz.TV is dedicated to facilitating adoption to shelter and rescue pets in the area.
Buzz believes there are a lot of pets euthanized in shelters while there are potential pet owners looking to adopt and cannot find them. I am here to assist potential pet owners in
finding a shelter or to
rescue a pet.
You might see me there with Mikey Raz filming for MADCHILL TV! And if you adopt a dog and want t be a "star" this is your chance! We are looking to film those stories. ManhattanBuzz.TV, Say What, HUNTINGTONBUZZ.TV, and the CSR Cooperative are dedicated to facilitating adoption to shelter and rescue pets in the area. Buzz believes there are a lot of pets euthanized in shelters while there are potential pet owners looking to adopt and cannot find them. I am here to assist potential pet owners in finding a shelter or to rescue a pet. Milo is our inspiration!
Reasons to adopt. Everyone must share a memory of peeking at the little pups behind the pet shop windows or at the mall in their cages stacked behind glass. But have you ever considered where those captivating little creatures come from? Most puppies sold in pet shops are bred in puppy mills by commercial breeders. How nice is that? They are called mills because puppies are bred and raised under inhumane conditions, in an almost factory-like setting. (BARK it gets better) Often living in overcrowded and unsanitary conditions, without adequate food or water, they tend to have many health issues. Rarely do they get socialized by the human attention they deserve.
Now lets read about when a dog is put into a situations like the pit with handlers and a referee? Consequently, professional breeders of fighting dogs are very intolerant of “people mean” dogs. Dogs that display aggression toward people are certainly not bred and are almost always culled. Unfortunately, an increased level of human-directed aggression is being documented as individuals outside the traditional dog fighting culture acquire and breed pit bulls for protection or as status symbols. Hmmmmmmmmm! Poor training and poor breeding are, in part, responsible for the increasing numbers of pit bulls and pit bull mixes involved in attacks against people.
Here is a man that heard the pain in a puppies bark. Michael Raspantini is being held a hero, adopting a puppy that had 72 hours to live. He named the puppy Milo and is now in the loving, affectionate hands of Mr. Michael Raspantini. There are more dogs that are waiting to be adopted. The clock is ticking for these puppies with 48 hours left. Log onto www.huntingtonbuzz.tv (classified and cmmunity section www.manhattanbuzz.tv and rescue a puppy!
And if you aren't in NYC follow @jackiesbuzz @charliemyb and @PUParrazi on twitter for national coverage!