— We called her "The Bee's Knees," our little one-eyed sloth, our little monkey. She loved the ocean, and shrimp, and her rescued human, Lori.
— Tripods! Blind and deaf dogs! They're all adorable in our books.
— After my dog died, I penned a letter in his name. His name was Grizzly, and he was a good boy.
— Patricia Cudd will enter hospice soon, and her last wish is to find Sherlock a good home.
— A Pittsburgh woman is suspected of stealing Thor the Siberian Husky and having him euthanized.
— In the post, the satellite radio DJ describes in heartbreaking detail what Zoe, a 16-year-old rescue dog, meant to his family.
— Cecil Williams also gets to keep his retiring guide dog, thanks to support from Internet donors.
— “I was horrified. My heart sank and I wasn’t sure if I was going to be the help she needed. The night I took her home I sat on the floor and just cried with her.”
— Dream already had one puppy of her own, but when another turned up at the rescue needing a mother, she brought her into her family.
— He went 10 rounds in subzero woods and then got knocked flat by a car, but this fighter survived.
— He spent a frigid night guarding his friend, as traffic poured around them.
— Joe Marko has been fostering senior pups for Muttville since 2008. Since then, he’s lost track of how many dogs in need have come through his door.
— Edward Carter was dropped off at a shelter with advanced lymphoma. For most dogs that would be a death sentence, but he's living out the rest of his life with the Motley Zoo.
— Baby Girl toughed it out on the streets for three years, but this determined pup got the greatest gift of all for Christmas: a home.
— Thieves took a family's presents but did they have to take the dog, too?
— Mike Petrosino is dying of cancer, but he was able to smile when his old pal Rusty the dog visited him in the hospital.
— It's a long journey from death row to a New Year's parade, but we're glad Daniel is here to see it.
— This photo popped up on Reddit yesterday, causing the Internet to breathe a collective sigh.
— And now, thanks to the Internet, the man will be able to keep his dog after he retires.
— Rosco the Boxer found a new home after the storm, but he's going home to his family for Christmas. Hooray!
— The Act of Dog art project aims to memorialize the countless shelter animals lost to euthanasia.
— Rescue group Mr. Bones and Co. has put massive effort into getting this loving dog a new family.
— Friends of Emma is caring for the dogs, who have mobility problems among other health issues.
— Molly the Lab disappeared in 2007; she's reaching the end of her days, but she'll be loved.
— As Thanksgiving approaches, I reflect on all I've learned from the dogs who've shared my life.
— The German Shepherd had saved Marco Lavoie from a bear attack on a 3-month trip in Quebec.
— A Dachshund and a Maltese warmed his heart, even as he grew sick, and kept my family smiling.
— A tumor the size of a grapefruit. I saw it on the X-ray, filling the space between his liver, his spleen, and his stomach.
— Dunkin has departed this world for the Rainbow Bridge, but the once-brutally abused dog leaves behind a message of love and kindness.
— She was dumped at the shelter, scared, confused, about to give birth. Now she and her pups are all happy and loved in forever homes.
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