A little more cuteness to lighten the autumn – Tinder has announced a partnership with dog shelters as part of National Dog Week in the USA. On a special website, you can add a dog from a shelter to your photo and it will automatically receive information about how you can take it for yourself. “This National Dog Week, Tinder will help people find love and help dogs in need find a new home — both are looking for their perfect mate,” said Melissa Hobley, Tinder’s chief marketing officer.
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