Meet Cutie, The Lion Dog, the World’s One and Only Lion Dog
This rescued dog and a rising star is on a rescue mission to help put an end to the horrors of abuse and homelessness for millions of dogs in an entertaining yet informative way.
He is the official mascot for One Spirit, One World (www.onespiritoneworld.org) dedicated to supporting important human and animal causes. Cutie is joined by his ‘mom’ and guardian Geela Parish, an award-winning artist/activist/author who is the spokesperson for the ‘Fur-ever Friends: until no dog is left behind’ campaign.
Cutie is a local celebrity whose one of a kind striking looks, which resembles a lion, is matched by his rare talents such as sneezing on command and communicating telepathically by responding to questions by licking his chops.
“The Cutie effect’” is legendary. He makes every dog lover wish they had a dog like Cutie and especially when he gets invited to red carpet events where everyone wants to take a picture with him.
First he dazzles everyone with his very unusual looks and then he dazzles them with his winning personality, mellow predisposition and rare talents. Just ask the producers of Ryan Seacrest. Cutie is the inspiration behind the reality TV show “Touched by a Four-Legged Angel” as part of his advocacy efforts to help inspire love of dogs and adoption.
Cutie who has recently won an award for Best Doggie Blogger is also an up and coming paw-thor. His upcoming book entitled “From a Ruff Life to a Pawfect Life” is all about sharing dog inspired wisdom to help man’s best friend unleash their own inner lion so they can get a second leash on life and live life like a walk in the park.
As a grateful rescued dog Cutie, The Lion Dog aspires to paw it forward by finding a fur-ever home for his furry friends and leaving his paw prints on millions of hearts. Now, all he wants for Christmas is to make the world a Cutie-ful place for all.
You’ve got to check him out and good luck not falling in love with him!
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