An adorable, heartwarming tale of the world’s most endangered endangered dogs

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An adorable couple has been given the chance to take on the world in their quest to save a population of critically endangered pit bulls.

In a video posted online on Friday, the couple — the first dogs to have been born in captivity since 1972 — watch a pair of puppies and a baby bear as they play on a beach.

“They’re very, very playful, and they love to swim,” the man, who goes by “Mike” and “Lori” said.

The man and Lori are now trying to raise funds to keep the two dogs in captivity for as long as they can. “

When we saw them they were very friendly and playful and I couldn’t help but say they’re so cute.”

The man and Lori are now trying to raise funds to keep the two dogs in captivity for as long as they can.

They’re hoping to raise $10,000 to keep them in a home for as many as five years.

“We’re just so grateful that we got this chance,” Mike said.

The video has been shared more than 1,000 times and has drawn attention from the U.S. government, who are working with the couple to ensure that the dogs get a safe, happy home.

While the dogs aren’t native to the U, they are still considered “endangered” by the UCRB, which means that if they aren’t released into the wild they could be threatened with extinction.

The animals are considered “near threatened” and the UCPB wants to ensure they’re taken care of.

The UCPb has offered to take in two more pit bulls from the Houston area, but the couple has turned down the offer.

“It’s very hard to get animals that are not native to your area.

We were very close to choosing one, but then we said no because we didn’t feel like it was a good match,” Lori said.

They are also asking that people make a donation through their website to help them care for the dogs.

“You can help the rescue.

You can help us get a home,” Lori added.

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