Celebrities promote Cleveland APL pets – cleveland.com

Local celebrities are lending their voices to the effort to find homes for the hundreds of dogs and cats at the Cleveland Animal Protective League and offering several prizes that have not yet been revealed.

The APL says that sports fans, news junkies and local foodies will be excited about the promotions.

First up is sports talk radio host Bruce Drennan, who is promoting dog adoption through Jan. 16 and offering a chance to sit in on a live taping of his show.

“My wife, Jackie, and I have a very special place in our hearts for dogs. We simply adore them,” Drennan said in a news release. “They give so much joy, companionship and love and ask for nothing in return. We refer to our dogs as our four-legged children because it doesn’t take long for them to find a way into your heart as a true family member.”

Details: clevelandapl.com, 216-771-4616.

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