Pamela Anderson Welcomes New Indian Dog Into Her California Home

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When Pamela Anderson visited India recently, her heart was captured by the plight of the homeless dogs she saw on the streets. So when Pamela – an honorary director of PETA US – learned that PETA India’s Poorva Joshipura was headed to the States to meet with her overseas colleagues and visit her family, the Baywatch star asked if Poorva would take a homeless puppy with her. Pamela has decided to name her newest family member, who was rescued from a construction site in Mumbai, Pyari, or “Loved One”.


“I’m tickled to be able to give Pyari a loving home”, says Anderson. “I already have rescued dogs, and I urge everyone to join me in adopting a homeless dog from their local animal shelter or the streets instead of buying a so-called ‘pedigree’.”

Every time someone buys a dog from a breeder or a pet shop, a dog on the streets or in an animal shelter loses his or her chance at finding a good home. Each year, thousands of cats and dogs are euthanised in the UK alone because there aren’t enough good homes for them. Others are abandoned on the streets, where they starve to death, get injured or killed by vehicles or fall prey to abuse.

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  • Karam commented on May 20, 2012 at 5:44 pm

    Please note this arrogant bafoon has posted his boasts on Facebook including photos that his ambition in life is to kill the big five – African Animals for trophy.
    He proudly posts his photo next to a large beautiful magnificiant African Animal
    on face book.!/media/set/?set=a.218244451621450.46360.173731329406096&type=3
    Check his site and please pass your comments – cowards like him kill animals by stalkign them in 4×4, retinue of photograpers and guides.

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