— Our recent Monday Miracle was rescued and happy after spending years as a breeder dog.
— A broken back can't stop this little guy from zipping all around town!
— The sick Pug was dumped at an SPCA in a box after years of breeding; now, she gets to enjoy life.
— He overcame a life of abuse and now helps kids in rehabilitation hospitals and schools.
— Turbo.Roo's pit crew was so inspired by his experience with a wheelchair, they've decided to make them for other dogs.
— An animal control officer in a state park found a cardboard box full of Pitties; she took one home.
— Rescuers gave him the name, which means "thank you" in Portuguese, because he was so grateful.
— He was just a number for eight years, but now Stan the Yorkie has a name and a family.
— Her front legs never fully developed, but that doesn't keep her from going to work with her mom and attending pet charity events.
— Cora has Wobbler Syndrome, a neurological condition that results in a "wobbly" gait.
— He was dumped by an owner who'd named him Turd; now the Mexican Hairless has a new life.
— Nubbles is a Chihuahua with only two legs, but she can still throw side eye with the best of them.
— Dumped at a shelter with 5 days to be adopted, this week's miracle nearly didn't make it.
— Winter was neither abused nor the product of a puppy mill, so her miracle lies in her former family's courage in knowing when to let go.
— He was so badly abused that his front legs had to be amputated, but he rolls on -- adorably!
— Pig was born with a shortened spine and missing ribs; her owner doesn't know how long she has but is grateful for every moment.
— If it's not a Monday Miracle we don't know what is: our very own HQ pup, Mr. Moxie, leaps 3 stories and survives.
— Rather than euthanizing Rambo, people acted with compassion, and a year later he has a home.
— She was found in horrible condition, but after surgery and even an amputation, Roo is finally in a foster home, waiting for her happily ever after.
— Do you love dancing but feel shy about it? Take a cue from Nathan, who's got some dirty moves.
— A dog with no eyes and a primary cleft palate might not sound adorable, but trust us, Bunny will totally steal your heart.
— Born with a host of issues, Myles is proving that cuteness comes in different shapes and sizes.
— This week's Monday Miracle was rescued by the Humane Society of the U.S. and found his forever home.
— Obie was famous for being obese, but now he's a trim 30 pounds, and he looks phenomenal.
— 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.
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