Operation ResCUTE is a wonderful organization that is on a mission to encourage young readers to think about adopting shelter dogs and provide them with a loving home.  Did you know that only 30 percent of dogs in homes come from shelters?  There is an estimated 2.7 million dogs that are left in a shelter every year.


Jingles is a real dog, with a story to tell and inside the book you will learn about how he was a sweet, homeless puppy, living on the streets of New York City, eating out a garbage can for dinner (and bumping his head on it too), he had no idea if he ever had a home but always remains hopeful that one day he will have a family to play fetch with, just like other dogs.

The story tells of his time on the streets, in the shelter and how he eventually came to find his new and wonderful family!

IMG_2465The gift set comes with a book, a soft plush dog that looks just like Jingles and a sticker from operation ResCUTE, Dylan loved hearing the story about Jingles and thinks the little plush is “So Cute”.


We recently just got our dog Buddy from a shelter and from what they said it looked like he was homeless most of his life, he is a beautiful Golden Retriever and amazing with both of my little ones, I don’t know how he wasn’t adopted sooner, maybe we just got lucky or he was waiting for the perfect family.

This is just one of the reasons I can connect with this story, shelter dogs do need a loving home and our next dog will most likely be from a shelter too!


The author of the Jingles story donates 100% of profits to help rescue animals get adopted, it’s a wonderful story that I think most children and adults will love, the plush is super cute and cuddly and there is an extremely good cause behind the story!


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Disclosure: I received products from Operation ResCUTE Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.