Report from the Brooklyn Bridge Pup Crawl fundraiser for animals made homeless by foreclosures:

“Thank you for making the inaugural Brooklyn Bridge Pup Crawl an overwhelming success! Roughly 400 dogs (and more humans) showed up in City Hall Park on Saturday, September 26 to cross The Brooklyn Bridge under the cover of darkness to help some of the one million pets that will lose their homes to foreclosure.

To date, we’ve raised more than $4,000, but you can still make a difference: Please donate to our partner shelters in New York, California and Florida. Or, to find a shelter in your area, click here.”

You can see more photos and read more at The Pup Crawl’s website.

There’s an article and video about the local and national impact of foreclosures on animals here.

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One response to “Report from the Brooklyn Bridge Pup Crawl fundraiser for animals made homeless by foreclosures:

  1. As a complete aside, isn’t that the best Pitt Bull picture ever?
    Ecstasy cookie.

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