Daisy Fuentes and Her Rescue Dogs Team Up With the ASPCA

In her new PSA, the TV personality advocates for spaying and neutering to prevent unplanned litters.

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We often hear about overcrowded animal shelters and the unfortunate fact that there are not enough forever homes for all the animals who need them. TV personality Daisy Fuentes adopted her two dogs, Bronx and Bette, but since she — and we — can’t adopt every dog and cat in our local shelters (though we probably all wish we could), the ASPCA reminds us that there’s another option: spaying and neutering.

In honor of National Spay and Neuter Month, Fuentes has teamed up with the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) to encourage those of us with a dog or cat — or multiple dogs and cats — to help prevent unplanned litters, shelter overcrowding, and animal homelessness by having our pets spayed or neutered. Check out her PSA:

For more info about having your pets spayed or neutered at a low-cost facility, visit aspca.org/daisy.

Cari Jorgensen

Cari is a former dancer and current dance enthusiast who incorporates all forms of art into her daily life, which includes writing about dogs, cats, and other animals for I-5 Publishing as an assistant web editor. She has an MFA degree in creative writing and has written short stories, poetry, and two novels, which are patiently awaiting revision. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook.


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