— A year in a cage made his deformities worse, but the little guy retains his adorableness.
— She was found wandering canyons in rural California but now walks among the tech elite with ReadWrite Editor Owen Thomas.
— On a Bahamas cruise, one woman took home an atypical souvenir via Angels for Adoption.
— The victims of unspeakable horror, these two rescue dogs are now in the loving care of vets working to restore their health and their trust.
— She had been headed for a lifetime of breeding, then a vet intervened when she was on death row.
— This senior dog spent years in a mill, where they filed his teeth, so now he lives a softer life.
— After a shooting, he was sent to a shelter because no one would rent to him and his owner.
— He suffered a paralyzing accident in Taiwan that led to amputation, but that's a dim memory now.
— Billie was aggressive to everyone but the woman who put him in a calendar that helps dog rescue.
— Platty the Golden Retriever was left at a shelter with a massive facial tumor. This might be his last week in this world, so let's celebrate his rescue.
— His ex-owners said they found the abused dog by the side of the road, but the truth came out.
— This rescue dog was subject to animal cruelty that cost him a hind leg, but he hasn't slowed down.
— See cute photos of the Yorkie who holds the Guinness World Record as a therapy dog.
— This is often a death sentence, but Pistolet got lucky and even inspired a tongue fashion craze.
— Named after the "Gilligan's Island" character, he is one of 13 "Iowa Castaways" who were rescued from a horrific puppy mill in 2008.
— 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.
— Meet Ottis, a therapy dog who also helps troubled pups find their forever homes.
— In 2013, we started our weekly Monday Miracle column on Dogster. Let's take a look at five of the best miracles from this year.
— When the filmmaker and Dog Files creator adopted Max from a shelter, he had no idea it would lead to a lifetime of dog-related work.
— A rescue group saved him from euthanasia, and now he lives with Dog Milk's managing editor.
— Daisy's days seemed numbered when animal control picked her up, but rescuers brought out the "Underbite Goddess" who found a home.
— A boat ride and qualifying as a canine good citizen are things this Pit Bull sees in his future.
— His tongue hangs out because he has no teeth, but he sure looks adorable in his Paul Frank pajamas.
— We covered Emma back in April, but for Veteran's Day, we're making her an official Monday Miracle.
— The Pit Bull puppy was on death row in California but was rescued by a family in Idaho.
— Kenny is both blind and deaf, but don't call him dumb! Rescued from a hoarder, this Dachshund gets around just fine.
— Named for a character in Harry Nilsson's "The Point," he shows that dogs can have a good life despite suffering from hydrocephalus.
— When she lost back-leg mobility to degenerative myelopathy, she set out to inform the world.
— In a GOOD way! He's adorable! He was abandoned for being old, but now he has found a home.
— Alice is part Australian Shepherd, part Chihuahua -- 11 pounds of a spunky "foster fail."
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