Lip Sync Challenge Taken on by Animal Rescues

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By Kendall Curley    September 05, 2018 at 02:15PM

Image via Arizone Humane Society/YouTube

 

Lip sync challenge videos have gone viral, with police departments and fire departments across the US showing off their dance moves and lip syncing skills. Now, animal rescues are getting in on the fun!

 

The Arizona Animal Welfare League & SPCA in Phoenix, Arizona, took on the lip sync challenge to the aptly chosen Beatles song, “Help!”

 

 

The video shows the staff and volunteers lip syncing with a variety of adoptable dogs and cats as they stroll through their facility. At the end the video, they challenged the Arizona Humane Society. The AHS definitely rose to the lip sync challenge.

 

 

Video via Arizone Humane Society/YouTube

 

Lip syncing to the song “Rescue Me” by Fontella Bass, the staff at Arizona Humane Society dances through their facility while also showing off some very adorable adoptable pets.

 

The Arizona Humane Society has now challenged the HALO Animal Rescue, San Diego Humane Society, Austin Humane Society and the Atlanta Humane Society, so be on the lookout for more fun and cute lip sync challenge videos!

 

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