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We were on our way out of the shelter, but I was still looking at the other cats. It was then we noticed Maddie.
She stuck her paw through the cage and tapped my arm. We opened the cage and it was then I noticed that she only had one eye…
Janine, East Haven, CT
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Man's Dying Wish Granted!
A hospital with a strict no-pet policy bent the rules for this man and his elderly Chihuahua. See What Happened »
Help Rescue Shelter Dogs!
October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month! What better time than now to march down to your local shelter and take home a canine in need?
But if you can't take in an animal, don't worry, there are ways you can still help!
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Convicted child abusers are automatically entered into a national public registry to inform people of their whereabouts and to ensure children's safety.
Animal abusers should be held to no lower standards, and should be required to enter an animal abuse registry in order to protect the lives of animals living in close vicinity.
Few animal shelters around the United States take in animals with special needs. Their residents include dogs who need wheeled harnesses in order to move around, blind horses, cats with feline leukemia, and so many others. The beautiful thing about animals with special needs is that they do not know they are disabled. With some extra attention and, in some cases, thoughtful devices, they can live as fully as any other animal.
Word is finally out about Scooter’s steamy love life. Get the untold story about this ultra-cool dude in the video below.