Operation ResCUTE is a wonderful organization that is on a mission to encourage young readers to think about adopting shelter dogs and provide them with a loving home. Did you know that only 30 percent of dogs in homes come from shelters? There is an estimated 2.7 million dogs that are left in a shelter every year.
This is the cutest little gift you can get one of your children who wants a dog, to think and feel like they are actually saving the dog life. Anyone who loves animals as much as we do should , think about rescueing a animal at the shleter instead of spending hundreads for one.
The book, toy dog doll and stickers serves as a “membership” to the Operation ResCUTE Club. The Operation ResCUTE website will also encourage children to nominate their adopted dog to be featured in future books in an American Idol type contest.
The Humane Society estimates that animal shelters care for six-to-eight million dog and cats every year in the United States. Each year, an estimated 2.7 million of these healthy shelter pets never get adopted. Only 30 percent of pets in households come from shelters or rescue organizations.
The author of the Jingles story donates 100% of profits to help rescue animals get adopted, it’s a wonderful story that I think most children and adults will love, the plush is super cute and cuddly and there is an extremely good cause behind the story!
Jimgles is a real life dog who actually lived on the streets of NY, and was eating out of garbage cans, till someone saved him and gave him a home. We adopted our cats from a shelter and its the best thing we did, not only did we save their lives we also made room for others be saved. .
The perfect Christmas gift for the younger children, who love when mom and dad read them the story as they hug their Jingle tight, I even love it.