Ideally, a day when every pet has a good home and is cared for for the entirety of his or her life. We think with something like this it's important to count every success, no matter how big or small as a win and a step toward a better future.
We are working with
Los Angeles Animal Services, an amazing facility with a wonderful staff of dedicated individuals working tirelessly to find homes for unwanted pets.
Dog Treats & Jingle Toys is a Los Angeles based single cam series which will air on Youtube. Most episodes have two locations: LA Animal Services and an apartment. On average, episodes will come in at around 5 minutes, including the final shot which will display the episode's guest starring adoptable pet with two of our human actors. During this ten second segment the actors will give the pets information and encourage viewers to look into adopting, fostering and volunteering at their local shelter.
This quirky comedy will follow pet parent Madison Christy, her furry sidekick Jake and their friends, as they attempt to get a handle on their love lives and careers.
In addition to the series itself which will air in April we will use our webpage, which will soon be up and running, to showcase a shelter or rescue outside of California weekly as well as keep viewers up to date on new pet recipes, health and wellness information.
We don't want to give any of the shows secrets away or toot our own horn about how funny the show is, so all we're going to tell you for now is this: Dog Treats and Jingle Toys first episode opens with Madison dressed as a Sheriff and Jake as an outlaw with the fastest bark in the Ol' West at Los Angeles Animal Services and it's not Halloween....
I love my adopted pets! Jake is a ten-year-old lab mix who I adopted from The Nebraska Humane Society almost nine years ago and She-Ra, a beautiful American Short-Hair mix was a lost kitten I rescued from an abandoned farm. I can’t imagine my life without
them. We’ve grown together, moved to California together and they truly are my best friends and confidants. One of my favorite moments of each day is the two of them running to the door when I get home. I’m going to stop myself before this turns into a novel
on how wonderfully adorable they are. Seriously, adorable!
On top of being an animal lover, I’m a MFA Screenwriting student at New York Film Academy located in Universal City, just three months shy of graduation. I’ve found a way to use my writing ability to showcase adoptable pets in a positive way and am so excited about it I can hardly contain myself.
Unfortunately, I lack the financial capacity to pull this project off without help from generous donors.