The Friends Animal Shelter in Cocke County in Tennessee has this unique way to get the attention of the public when someone left nine puppies at the shelter at the day when the “Avengers: Endgame” movie which opened in theaters on April 26, 2019.
Alicia Henry who is the director of the animal shelter decided to give the names of the five males and four female puppies names of the super hero and villain characters to the puppies.
If there is one benefit when a huge blockbuster movie comes out to the theaters is that not only are reap the benefits of the box office receipts from the movie audience.
The animal shelter in Tennessee is hoping that the success of the movie also will inspire the citizens of their county to come to the Friends Animal Shelter to adopt the nine puppies to find loving homes.
Of course it will be up to the owners of the puppies to either keep the names of the puppies that are bestowed upon them by officials of the shelter or the puppies can get names from their owners besides the names of the characters.