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Pink Celebrates Puppy Mill Awareness Day With Animal-Friendly Tweets

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Musician Pink is using Twitter to help get her activist message out to the world.

On Saturday, Pink attended a Last Chance for Animals event at La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles to support the Adopt, Don’t Shop initiative and celebrate Puppy Mill Awareness Day.

In a series of posts on her Twitter page, Pink writes, “It’s puppy mill awareness day and I just got back from the incredible event at La Brea Tar Pits. No more puppy mills!!”

“Puppy mills are awful, filthy, cruel places where dogs never see daylight, sleep in their own feces, and r (are) bred over n (and) over for pet stores. Boycott pet stores people!!!!”

We totally agree with Pink! Pet stores are the worst! To find out more about the issue, stop by BanPuppyMills.com.

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