Cleveland Indians’ Jordan Luplow donates over 100 toys to Cleveland Animal Protective League dogs

Cleveland Indians’ Jordan Luplow donates over 100 toys to Cleveland Animal Protective League dogs
Cleveland Indians’ Jordan Luplow donates over 100 toys to Cleveland Animal Protective League dogs (Source: Cleveland Animal Protective League)

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - When Cleveland Indians’ outfielder Jordan Luplow isn’t at a ballpark with his teammates, you can often find him playing his four-legged friends at Cleveland Animal Protective League.

Throughout the season, Luplow has frequented the Cleveland APL to help dogs get adopted, collect donations, and give the pups some quality play time.

This weekend, Luplow used his platform to take that generosity a step further by donating 100 dog toys to the furry friends waiting for their “fur-ever” home at the shelter.

We’d like to thank our friend Jordan Luplow for stopping by today with SO MANY wonderful toys for our dogs!! The dogs...

Posted by Cleveland Animal Protective League on Friday, September 20, 2019

One lucky pup named Sparkles even got to give the toys a good test.

By the look of this video shared by the Cleveland Indians, it’s safe to say Sparkles approved.

Way to be a good teammate for the Major League and Animal Protective League, Lup!

If you want to make a donation to the Cleveland APL or see their adoptable dogs, just click here.

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