In this Nov. 16, 2012, photo, Lou Wegner, the founder of Kids Against Animal Cruelty, poses for a photo with his rescued his dogs, from left, Kippy, Pearl, Draco and Henry in Burbank, Calif. Lou, a 16-year-old actor and singer from Columbus, Ohio, started Kids Against Animal Cruelty when he was 14. The organization, which uses social networking to encourage adoptions at high-kill animal shelters, has helped 20,000 pets escape euthanasia in two years. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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In this Nov. 16, 2012, photo, Lou Wegner, the founder of Kids Against Animal Cruelty, poses for a photo with his rescued his dogs, from left, Kippy, Pearl, Draco and Henry in Burbank, Calif. Lou, a 16-year-old actor and singer from Columbus, Ohio, started Kids Against Animal Cruelty when he was 14. The organization, which uses social networking to encourage adoptions at high-kill animal shelters, has helped 20,000 pets escape euthanasia in two years. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
In this Nov. 16, 2012, photo, Lou Wegner, the founder of Kids Against Animal Cruelty, poses for a photo with his rescued his dogs, from left, Kippy, Pearl, Draco and Henry in Burbank, Calif. Lou, a 16-year-old actor and singer from Columbus, Ohio, started Kids Against Animal Cruelty when he was 14. The organization, which uses social networking to encourage adoptions at high-kill animal shelters, has helped 20,000 pets escape euthanasia in two years. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)
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