Detroit Dog Rescue Plans To Play “Golden Girls” Theme Song Every Time A Dog Is Adopted As A Tribute To Betty White(photo)

The first no-kill dog shelter in Detroit is now constructing a new facility and has several ways in mind to remember the late Betty White.

On the occasion of the animal rights activist's 100th birthday, Detroit Dog Rescue (DDR) expressed gratitude to its kind supporters for participating in the #BettyWhiteChallenge and helping them raise over $10,000.

The adoption center said, "As promised, we'll be dedicating our whole adoption hallway after the iconic Betty White! The Betty White Adoption Avenue hallway will be located in our new Detroit Dog Rescue, which will open this spring.

That's not all, though.

The "Golden Girls" theme tune will play gently as the dog departs the facility each time a dog is adopted from the shelter.

According to Kristina Rinaldi, executive director of Detroit Dog Rescue, "when you hear the 'Golden Girls' theme, you know that a dog is leaving Detroit Dog Rescue, similar to when you're in a hospital, you hear a lullaby, someone has just given birth." "Thank you for being their friend, and best wishes to them."

Many followers were moved to tears by the tender homage. Someone said, "Just thinking of the song playing as a dog leaves for its new home brings tears to my eyes!!"

Another person remarked, "That is a great idea and a great way to pay tribute to someone who even in her death, made a great impact on America."

The animal sanctuary expressed gratitude to everyone for their contributions and said, "We're pleased to permanently commemorate Betty White, the animal world's golden girl!

DDR has been saving stray dogs that the majority consider to be "unadoptable" for the past ten years. The caring team takes the time to teach and rehabilitate the dogs before placing them up for adoption, giving the canines a second opportunity.

Visit their website to learn how you can support Detroit's homeless canines and to view all the dogs available for adoption.
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