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Animal shelter's hilarious Downton Abbey spoof
'Downton Tabby' aims to get adoptable kitties back into high society.
Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 3:55 PM
If you're an animal-lover and a fan of the uber-popular "Downton Abbey
," you will love this cute new spoof on the "Downton Abbey" intro that was created by an animal shelter
to help kittens get adopted.
Pets Alive is a no-kill animal shelter
located in the Catskill Mountains. The shelter is home to many abandoned and rescued dogs, cats, birds, and farm animal from the New York area. And the dedicated staff works hard to get all of these animals into good homes as quickly as possible.
That dedication, combined with a healthy dose of creativity, lead to the creation of "Downton Tabby," a sweet spoof that takes advantage of the recent "Downton Abbey" craze
Check it out:
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