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#PuppyCam @PetCollectiveTV

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Streamed live on Oct 16, 2012

UPDATE: 11/16/2012 3:25pm PST --- ***You are currently watching previously recorded footage of #PuppyCam season 1, which has come to an end***
***SUBSCRIBE to The Pet Collective http://bit.ly/tpcsub so we can continue to bring you these amazing live streams!***
The pups are not quite done on The Pet Collective though. You will see their experience in the upcoming series, The Litter, season 2.

UPDATE: 11/16/2012 12:59pm PST --- Today is the last day of #PuppyCam. The puppies are now 10 weeks old and will soon be going to their new forever homes. We'll be posting updates when we get them so all their fans can see them starting their new lives.

We can't thank all the participants in this livestream enough. But it is for the best that these pups are on their way to their forever homes now. This would not have been as possible as it was, were it not for your participation here on YouTube on The Pet Collective. We are proud to keep tallying your subscriptions to The Pet Collective to donate money on your behalf to causes like this. As all good things come to an end, the good news is that we are dedicated to continuing to bring you more live cute things, and later today we will be premiering #HuskyCam here: http://www.huskycam.us

We'd like to especially thank New Leash On Life for all their hard work and support.

Much like we did with #CorgiCam (http://www.corgicam.us) we will keep feeding reruns of #PuppyCam here on this feed for a while until we can get a new litter of all new adorable pups back up live. Thanks so much for watching, and know that The Pet Collective is dedicated to bringing you the first and best 24/7 live animals cams on YouTube. Your subscriptions and you sharing our channel with your friends and family to subscribe keep us up and running and capable of supporting great organizations like New Leash On Life.


Apply for adoption here: http://bit.ly/RXZBbM

The Puppies have names!
Ralphie-Dark Brindle
Monroe-Tan and White
Sammy-Light Brindle
Lenny-Brindle with small white spot on nose
Bruin-Brindle and White

Links to our live cams:
#EagleCam http://www.baldeaglecam.us (LIVE NOW)
#KittenCam http://www.kittencam.us NEW LITTER COMING SOON
#YorkieCam http://www.yorkiecam.us (LIVE NOW)
#PuppyCam http://www.puppycam.us
#CorgiCam http://www.corgicam.us (Coming back early 2013)
#HuskyCam http://www.huskycam.us

The Pet Collective will donate 25 cents in #Subs4Pets campaign for every net subscriber gained from September 24 to December 31, 2012 toward animal rescue - Full details here: http://bit.ly/subs4pets

Please subscribe to our channel so we can keep bringing you adorable livestreams of cute things and also directly help animals who need us: http://full.sc/HbM62v

09/28/12 1pm Pacific: We've had the old URL crash on the YouTube server and this is the new URL for #PuppyCam. Sorry for the inconvenience, and thanks for your patience.

#PuppyCam @PetCollectiveTV
Full FAQ Here: http://www.thepetcollective.tv/puppyc...

Mini FAQ:

Q: Who are these pups?
A: This is Hope and her six adorable babies. She was surrendered by her owner to the South Los Angeles Shelter while pregnant. We at The Pet Collective, in collaboration with New Leash On Life animal rescue facility, rescued Hope as her puppies reached two weeks old. We named her Hope to inspire others to help provide some hope to shelter animals everywhere.

Q: How old are the puppies?
A: The dogs were born on Sunday, September 2nd.

Q: How old is Hope?
A: The veterinarian thinks she is about 3-4 years old.

Q: What breed of dog is Hope and her puppies?
A: Hope and her babies are all pit bull-mixes. Mom may have some English Bulldog in her, but we're not entirely sure.

Q: Where did these rescue puppies come from?
A: Rescue Group - New Leash On Life - http://www.newleash.org/. South Los Angeles Animal Shelter - http://www.laanimalservices.com/about...

Q: What are their genders?
A: Six baby boys! Momma's got her paws full!

Q: Where are the puppies?
A: New Leash on Life is a full service animal rescue facility located in Southern California.

Q: Are there other 24/7 live cams of cute animals?
A: There sure are, and they are listed at the top of this description.

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