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Pet Store in Brazil replaced all animals with rescued strays

10 Sep 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

Animal shelters are one place which is true saviors for strays. However, people give more priority in buying pricey breeds of pup and dodge chance to adopt a free rescue pet. To cope up with such an issue a Brazilian rescue organization went on with “Quatro Patinhas” or “Four Paws”, where they secretly replaced animals in a pet shop with adorable rescue animals. The best thing they did was put up CCTVs to see how families and other clients react seeing rescues.

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To our surprise, each one of them had the most heart melting reactions seeing rescue kittens and pups and icing on the cake was they didn’t have to pay anything to adopt them. As per the president of Quatro Patinhas, Christianne Duarte Garoiu, “There's no difference if a pet is purebred or not, what really matters is the love that will arise there.”

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The organization has uploaded a heart-melting video, where you would witness families showering ample of love to rescue pets. They understand that the rescue animals deserve the same amount of love as you would give to a pup you buy from a pet store.

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Check out the video right here.

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We know you understand the pain of rescue pets. We encourage adoption and not buying a pup from a pet store. Trust us, you will definitely feel satisfied once to adopt a rescue pet.

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