From the Cleveland Animal Protective League (Cleveland, Ohio 44113)
Bruce Drennan, host of the popular Cleveland sports talk show All Bets Are Off, is on a mission to help Cleveland APL dogs find forever homes. Since premiering All Bets Are Off in 2007, the 42-year Cleveland sports broadcasting vet and Radio/Television Broadcasters Hall of Fame inductee has been providing diehard Cleveland sports fans with a home field to talk triumph and tragedy. Now, he is asking Clevelanders to open their own homes to a new family member.
My wife, Jackie and I have a very special place in our hearts for dogs. We simply adore them! They give so much joy, companionship and love and ask for nothing in return. If you’ve never had a pet in your life, you truly don’t know what you are missing. We refer to our dogs as our four-legged children because it doesn’t take long for them to find a way into your heart as a true “family member.”
Albert, happily adopted 12/18/11
Recently, we saw Albert, Bam-Bam and Lucky 21 at the Cleveland Animal Protective League. We believe these and all adoptable Cleveland APL dogs deserve a real home. That’s why I’m asking you to open your hearts and homes; give these special four-legged children a new place to live. The love they provide in return truly cannot be measured.
Bam-Bam, lovingly adopted 12/12/11
Please consider adopting one of the Cleveland APL’s shelter pets. Jackie and I think they are the most special dogs of all. Most importantly, they need you. And the Cleveland APL adoption process is fun, personalized and streamlined. In short, these animals are ready for your love.
If you adopt your new pet from the Cleveland APL, we want to know. Call in at 866.786.8555, email me, or share your photos and experience on Twitter @ABAOSTO and @ClevelandAPL or post on our Facebook wall.
Lucky 21, adopted 12/14/11
Become a Local Legend
Bruce is raffling off the chance to sit in on a live broadcast of All Bets Are Off to one person who adopts a dog before January 16.
Want to win? Tell us Bruce sent you and fill out a raffle slip when you adopt to be eligible. You can view Cleveland APL adoptable dogs at the Cleveland Animal Protective League web site or meet them in person at 1729 Willey Avenue in the beautiful Tremont neighborhood.
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