Author Archive for: Sean Martin
Sean Martin was born on the 5th of April 2000 and recalls wanting to act since the tender age of two years old. This lively and eloquent youngster grew serious about acting at ten years old. His acting debut was as “Young Francisco” of Monsters Inside Me, an Animal Planet series. Martin’s career now includes roles in various College Humor spoofs, television shows such as Team Toon and Redrum and starring as “Damaso” in the film Sin Dolor, which premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. He is an athlete who conversely loves to play video games. Martin is also a history buff with a fantastic memory who loves learning with his homeschool friends. He has a huge passion for animals and started an organization called “Kids Adopt a Shelter” to help animals worldwide. “Kids Adopt A Shelter” has grown from 1,000 Facebook “likes” within 24 hours to over 3,700 Facebook "likes," a New Zealand representative, 21 state representatives, and 50 shelter representatives. Sean Martin is also a Regional Winner of the 2012 Kohl's Cares Scholarship.
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Entries by Sean Martin
I think you do not know love and appreciation until you rescue or adopt an animal. With so many homeless animals, I wish more people would ADOPT, not shop. I understand wanting certain breeds, but why not save one from a breed rescue or shelter? Adopting older dogs or cats is also good because they have probably been in the system longer. Puppies and kittens usually spend less time in shelters. When an animal spends less time in a shelter, that animal will be able to live a happier and more fulfilling life. One of my dogs, Coconut was one… Read more.
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