No-Kill Shelter Makes Amazing Music Video

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I’m not going to lie to you; I am so over the Whipp and Nae Nae. I am tired of watching my kids sing and dance to this after their friends talked to them at school and taught them how to do it. I am so over it. However, I have an obsession with all things that have to do with remixes of this hit song. The one that was circulating Facebook at Thanksgiving, “Watch my sip, my Chardon-nae nae,” had me in stitches. However, few are as much fun or as educational as this one.

This is a video made by a bunch of veterinarians and volunteers at a no kill animal shelter telling the world that dogs need to be spayed and neutered. But instead of doing it in a way that is boring and not that much fun, they’ve turned it into a song. “You should snip, you should spay spay,” and we are dying of laughter. It is hilarious and so creative. I love this and I think that it’s an amazing reminder to the world that over population is a real thing and that it’s one that is such an easy fix, too. These people are amazing.

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