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Oprah Magazine Covers PAWS Shelter Pups In June Issue

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While it will be awhile before the animal-rights world forgets Oprah’s free Kentucky Fried Chicken stunt last month, the media mogul is once more using her huge spotlight to shine attention on a wonderful organization.

The June issue of the Oprah Magazine features a cover of Winfrey (as usual) covered in a array of rescued puppies from Chicago’s PAWS Shelter. “That’s Sadie on O’s June cover, hugging my right shoulder, making her bid for a new life with me,” Oprah writes on Oprah.com. “Right before we shot the photo—at PAWS Chicago, the city’s largest no-kill humane shelter—she had licked my ear and whispered, “Please take me with you.””

PAWS has got to be tremendously happy to be featured front and center in O Magazine. Check out the issue on newstands now — or hit up Oprah’s writeup here.

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