Sep 16, 2020
Jes Cochran is a key member of PETA's Community Animal Project (CAP). It provides free spay/neuter and vet services in the underserved areas in VIrginia and North Carolina around PETA's Norfolk headquarters. For ten years, Cochran saw a dog name Edith chained up in a yard. Then one day Edith was gone. Cochran tells Edith's story to Emil Guillermo.
See Edith's story in the new documentary, "Breaking the Chain," available now on Amazon, i-Tunes, GooglePlay, Vudu, Apple TV, and Vimeo on Demand.
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Originally Released Sept. 15, 2020.