Six-year-old Va. girl starts nonprofit to protect K-9s


By Rita Frankenberry
Virginian-Pilot

Dogs may be man's best friend, but 6-year-old Kayleigh Crimmins has proven a pretty good friend to dogs too.

In fact, last March the Chesapeake resident even started up her own nonprofit , Kids for K9s Inc., to help keep her four-legged friends safe, including dogs with the Virginia Beach Police Department.

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