I just found this pet related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!
“A Home For Brownie” is a children’s story written by Jan Major and illustrated by Madelyn Germosen. It is a story of a misunderstood pit-bull puppy named Brownie who finds that because of his looks, he’s found it unusually difficult to find a home. Passed along from foster parent to foster parent, a local rescue group struggles to find sweet Brownie the perfect forever home. This story was inspired by a real pit-bull puppy named Brownie, whom NYC based group Ready For Rescue (www.readyforrescue.org) successfully rescued from the animal shelter and placed in a wonderful forever home (after many tries – all for the silly reasons that come up in the story). Edited and Narrated by Eric M. Norcross, this “video book” has been produced to raise awareness for animal rescue nationwide and to strike a blow into the assumptions of people in regards to dog breeds – specifically pit-bulls. With animal shelter budgets being slashed and rescue volunteers and donations at an all time low, the time to act is now. Owners in NYC thinking of giving up their pets should call Animal Care & Control and discuss their Pets for Life program, where they help you resolve issues that might hinder you ability to keep your pet (like they’ll kick your landlord in the butt if they give you jive! – woo hoo!). More info at: www.nycacc.org Please “like” A Home For Brownie on Facebook www.facebook.com For a list of rescue groups in your area, please e-mail Info@NorcrossMedia.com ADOPT – Never Purchase