FAQs

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Is Marilyn’s Voice an non profit group?

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Marilyn's Voice's is a 501(c) (3) registered non-profit corporation. We are a 100% volunteer organization and are supported by adoption fees and donations. All of our rescued animals are lovingly cared for in private foster homes until their adoption into screened and approved forever homes.

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Who was Marilyn?

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The group is named after Kristina’s rescue, Marilyn, whose vocal cords were cut while she was still at a puppy mill. Such debarking is a common practice in these situations to keep a large number of dogs quiet. The members of Marilyn’s Voice promise continue to educate the public about the puppy mill problem in Ohio.

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When was Marilyn’s Voice started?

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Marilyn’s Voice was founded in April of 2007 by Kristina Lange.

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What is Marilyn’s Voice?

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To rescue, rehabilitate and find loving homes for severely neglected and abused dogs from commercial kennels, puppy mills and other unfortunate situations; to eliminate the puppy mill industry in Ohio by raising awareness through education, outreach, protests and other events; to help individuals find responsible ways to acquire dogs as companion animals.