New Pit Bull Puppy Cam Features Adoptable Dogs
We've reminded you once today that Mondays are bummers. And because business publications and professional groups agree that Tuesday is the most productive day of the week, we provide another way to procrastinate until then.
A little while ago, the Pet Collective almost broke the Internet with its live Corgi puppy cam. Yes, you read that correctly: The Pet Collective featured a 24/7 feed of a litter of Corgi puppies as they grew from sleepy bundles of fur to rambunctious little streaks of fuzzy lightning. Although the Corgi puppies have moved on to their adult dog lives in furever homes, we can still revel in their cuteness via the time machine known as YouTube.
Lest we suffer from cute puppy-cam withdrawal, the Pet Collective has a new feed available, this time featuring a litter of Pit Bull-mix puppies. Their mama, Hope, was surrendered to the South Los Angeles shelter when she was pregnant. What could have ended in tragedy ended in triumph when Hope and her puppies were selected by a collaboration between the Pet Collective and New Leash on Life to star in their own puppy cam.
Now the puppies are receiving good care, with frequent visits from fosterers to help them bond with humans and ensure that when they are adopted, it will be for forever.
Speaking of adoption: The puppies will be available through New Leash on Life when they reach eight weeks. Have you got your eye on a particular pup?
Photo: Three Pit Bull puppies by Shutterstock.com