An Act of Dog Night Lights/Candlelight Vigil

by Mark Barone September 22, 2014




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Douglas
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January 21, 2016

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Debra Williams
Debra Williams

December 11, 2014

I was so excited to get my night light yesterday! Just let me start by saying it was so much more than I exspected, bigger and brighter! Katrina came to life when I turned on the light, She brought tears to my eyes to think that beautiful baby girl was KILLED in the so called shelter system. But her smile will forever live on in this beautiful light, in her memory. I will be forever grateful to Mark Barone for taking on this project, to paint SO MANY gone babies in order to bring awareness. My hope and prayer is that when he is finished it WILL make a difference for so many more precious lives. Please support if you can. Thank you Mark so much.

Mollie Whitehead
Mollie Whitehead

November 15, 2014

We are but foot soldiers in this war. As in all wars there are those that immerge and show true leadership. Mark Barone and Marina Dervon are two such warriors.
They have committed like few others to end the senseless murder of millions of companion animals in the U.S. and around the world. Just as in all wars, you have to start the fight in one place and they chose the United States. The battle cry “Make the United States the First True No-Kill Nation in the World”.
Let these 16 nightlights illuminate the way for many people wishing to join in this monumental endeavor. The hope, joy, sadness, and fear is seen on the faces of each and every dog in this exhibit. That emotion is tranferred onto the nightlights and takes my breath every time I look at one of them.
I have bought 12 of the 16 to date and will be purchasing the remaining 4 in the next week. Join the war and become a part of the solution and don’t remain part of the problem.
We are but foot soldiers in this war.

Mollie Whitehead
Mollie Whitehead

October 23, 2014

I received my night lights. OMG they are so well made and well worth every penny even if it wasn’t for such a great cause as this. I have already given one as a gift to another true animal lover, Kerri Linley. I let her choose which one she wanted and she took Katrina because of her smile. What a heart wrenching thought that such a beautiful girl like Katrina with that happy face was killed for no reason at all. Our system is broken and An Act of Dog is doing something to correct this grievous problem. I plan to get all of the night lights and give them to people of like mind, true animal lovers won’t you

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