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Sisters Get One Million Facebook Likes to Adopt a New Puppy

Wednesday, January 16, 2013 - 11:30am
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Thanks to the power of social media, a puppy will soon have a new forever home!

After their previous dog died of cancer, a pair of sisters took to Facebook on Tuesday in an effort to get their father to adopt another. The pair posted a photo of themselves holding a sign that read, “Hi World. We want a puppy! Our dad said we could get one if we get one million likes! He doesn’t think we can do it! So ‘LIKE’ this!”

Luckily for the two girls and their new puppy, the photo quickly hit the goal, amassing 1.2 million likes in just seven hours. In a post on their Facebook page, Twogirlsandapuppy, the girls’ father promises he’ll be true to his word to give a lucky dog a new home.

Congratulations, girls!

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Edie Cleveland

Congratulations! I certainly hope they are adopting from a shelter.

Donna Thompson

Never underestimate the power of two girls wanting a puppy! Please adopt a shelter doggie! And congratulations!!!

Lisa

Every child should have a dog and cat.The love they will get from their fur pets will be like none other!

ELVIRA

i have tree poppies for you, email me [email protected]

Jennifer

Way to go girls, can't wait to meet the new member of your family. That is wonderful you are going to adopt from a shelter there are many dogs just waiting to meet you.

Cande Martinez

Congrats and very happy for you, the dog and you guys are so blessed, God bless your family and your new puppy

Thelma Taylor

As others have mentioned, I am happy for your success with the "likes." We are all anxious to see photos of you with your new family member. Hope you post some soon.

Jerri Ashby

My name is Jerri Ashby. I love children and dogs. My dogs happen to be my children. I have two American Bulldogs. They are kennel trained, house broken, GREAT WITH CHILDREN, coupled to breed, pure breed, and full of energy. As much I love them, I am not able to keep them any longer. If someone can care for them, and keep together, I will give them to a loving home. I have papers for Hank, my 3 year-old male, and lost Susie's papers. She will be 3 in a few months. I think my two dogs would make a great fit in your home. If you are interested, please e-mail me with Hank and Susie as the subject. They are so well behaved that a lease isn't even required to walk them. I know you have your hearts set on a puppy and if you decide against my two, I know that y'all will get your puppy and give it a great, loving home.
Jerri

Lisa

Way to go girls for your persistence! And good job Dad for motivating the girls!!! This will be one lucky dog!!!

sassy

Congrads to u all Awesome job girls enjoy ur new baby

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