New Series “Shelter Me” Is This Month’s Must-Watch TV!

Awesome series features heartwarming rescue stories and adorable adoptable animals

There’s a lot to love about PBS’ new television series “Shelter Me.” For starters, it shares uplifting shelter stories to encourage prospective pet owners to adopt their new best friends. It also features tons of adorable dogs and cats, and heartwarming stories that are sure to make you smile—and happy-cry, so have your tissues at the ready!

The sixth episode of the series is hosted by Kristen Bell—actress, long-time animal advocate, dog foster parent, and shelter volunteer. The episode follows Patrick McDonnell, creator of “Mutts,” the charming daily comic that captures the lives of a dog and cat duo—and the occasional snail, squirrel or human. Patrick recently launched “Shelter Stories,” in which he hopes to encourage people to support their local shelters and adopt animals. The episode follows Patrick on his hunt for inspirational stories at Animal Care Centers across New York City. The resultant cartoons feature Patrick’s distinctly minimal artwork and perfectly capture the powerful bond that exists between a pet and their human.

Full article at Modern Dog Magazine

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Shelter Me is an inspiring series that celebrates the human-animal bond with uplifting stories about shelter pets. Shelter Me was created and is produced by Steven Latham. The project also includes a website – ShelterMe.com – which enables anyone to create and share profiles of shelter pets to help increase adoptions. Shelter Me works closely with other animal welfare organizations to organize effective spay-neuter and humane education programs and helps develop and implement life-saving projects directly at animal shelters. Follow ShelterMeTV on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.