NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nov. 12, 2015 – Their crimes include stealing hearts, criminal shedding and destroying (i.e. eating) evidence of their crimes. But the nearly 50 dogs – including Hersh, Ziggy Flash, Jolene and Rinkle – participating in this year’s Tiny But Mighty Fund annual fundraiser have their hearts in the right place. Instead of stealing shoes, they are helping raise what organizers hope will be $10,000 or more for the Nashville Humane Association. Many of the dogs are frequently seen on social media when their owners capture particularly cute, and sometimes diabolical, moments. The campaign features mugshots of the dogs along with their alleged crimes and seeks donations from friends and family to “post bail” for the canine offenders. All the “offenders” can be seen along with their crimes at TinyButMightytFund.com and on Instagram (@TinyButMighytFund). None of the dogs have been contacted by criminal defense attorneys as of yet. “We are grateful for Tiny ...

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