animal adoption

They hope the paw-sitively adorable photo shoot inspires others to adopt.
The overcrowded shelter resorted to putting as many as four animals in enclosures intended for one or two.
"When I first saw his little face a year ago, I knew he was the one for me and it was the best decision I ever made.”
The hotel was so empty as I packed my suitcase to head back home. Every one of my canine companions touched my heart - it
What could make a Hawaii vacation better? PUPPIES.
The phrase "meant to be" is used a lot...perhaps to excess. But a recent adoption at the animal welfare organization I work for truly is an example of something that was meant to be.
While our historic milestone provides plenty of reasons to take pause and commemorate our past, the urgency of our cause demands that we continue to look ahead. To that end, the ASPCA is at the forefront of three relatively new areas of animal welfare concentration where the potential for saving lives is nearly limitless.
Sometimes, the best thing to do is to simply get out of the way. An example of that approach...
Colorado accountant Steve Greig has dedicated his life to caring for elderly, "unadoptable" animals.
The little cat that can't help but flop over is looking for a place to call home.
They say, "Home is where the heart is." In this case, "home" is Malta House, an assisted living community in Hyattsville, Maryland. And the "heart" is Olivia, a German shepherd mix who now shares the residence with 31 senior citizens.
His life had only just begun, but things were already looking dark for one little dog in Florida.
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