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Colbie Caillat Speaks About Her Connection To Rescue Dogs

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In the latest issue of All Animals, singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat speaks with The Humane Society about her work with the organization and the importance of protecting animals.

The “Bubbly” singer teamed up with The HSUS earlier this year to abolish puppy mill cruelty. (She lent her song “Make It Rain” for Puppy Mill Action Week.) “Most people don’t know what happens in puppy mills,” she explains. “They just see the puppies in the window,” as she did growing up. It was her mother who cautioned her against getting a dog from pet stores. 

It comes as no surprise then that Caillat is an advocate for adopting rescues. Her adorable canine companion, Plum, came from the Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue. “Every time I see her,” the Grammy Award winner confides, “It warms my heart.”

That’s one “Lucky” dog!

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