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12/09/2021

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10/25/2021

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Silly humans

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09/30/2021

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09/27/2021

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"Typically, these are treats that I wouldn’t recommend giving to my patients, but in their final moments I think it’s important to offer them something special," Dr. Namie said, adding that the owners "find comfort in knowing their pets are going to Heaven with a full belly and love in their hearts." ❤ STORY: https://bit.ly/3lYwo62

08/05/2021

🦩🦩 Now accepting applications 🦩🦩

Now that her career as a money making baby momma is over, it's time for Mabel to find her forever home and be someone's baby.

🦩Mabel is a very sweet and vivacious girl. She's estimated to be about 4 years old, currently weighs about 56 pounds and is putting on some much needed weight.

🦩Mabel is super friendly, energetic and playful. She's just a big puppy and can be a little mouthy and jumpy, so we are recommending older children for Mabel. She's a fun girl who loves playing fetch or cuddling on the couch. She loves a good belly rub or b***y scratch.

🦩Mabel is dog friendly. She is very pushy and rough with her play style, so she would do best with a playful, submissive dog her size that will tolerate her shenanigans. She loves to play! No small dogs and cats are unknown.

ℹBecause of her breed, no apartments. If you rent, we will verify with your landlord, so please be honest.

If you are interested in this gorgeous, sweet girl, please message us here or email us at [email protected]

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07/04/2021

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06/05/2021

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05/27/2021

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Ahhhhh!!! You just licked my ear!

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05/26/2021
16 Reddit Users Who Forgot the Word “Boredom” When They Got Themselves a Cat

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How dull and predictable life must have been before humans started living with cats. Just think about it: not hearing scratches on the door while you take shower, not getting woken up by an arrogant face that asks for food and treats, and not witnessing a cat’s fight to sit on a piece of newspaper...

05/10/2021

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05/02/2021
Dog Saves A Baby Bird And Decides He's Her Big Brother Now

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“Since day one he has not left her side” 🐶❤🐦 This dear dog named Hiro has always been a very good boy. But recently, he proved yet again just how very good he really is. Last month, Hiro and his owner, Viviana Davila, were relaxing in their backyard in Puerto Rico when something on the g...

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04/23/2021
Corgi Comforts Stranger In Airport Who Just Lost His Dog

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“I asked him if she was bothering him and with a somber face and watery eyes he said, ‘No, no; I lost my dog last night.’" Cora was rescued from her previous family several years ago, a few months before her 8th birthday. She had given birth to countless litters throughout her lifetime, and he...

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04/15/2021

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04/10/2021

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17 Of The Most Fascinating Posts We Found This Week That We Just Had To Share rnkr.co/fascinating-posts-feb-26WH

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03/12/2021

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03/04/2021

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Photos from Prana Canine's post
02/28/2021

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12/12/2020

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Judy, a purebred pointer, was the mascot of several ships in the Pacific, and was captured by the Japanese in 1942 and taken to a prison camp. There she met Aircraftsman Frank Williams, who shared his small portion of rice with her.

Judy raised morale in the POW camp, and also barked when poisonous snakes, crocodiles or even tigers approached the prisoners. When the prisoners were shipped back to Singapore, she was smuggled out in a rice sack, never whimpering or betraying her presence to the guards.

The next day, that ship was torpedoed. Williams pushed Judy out of a porthole in an attempt to save her life, even though there was a 15-foot drop to the sea. He made his own escape from the ship, but was then recaptured and sent to a new POW camp.

He didn't know if Judy had survived, but soon he began hearing stories about a dog helping drowning men reach pieces of debris after the shipwreck. And when Williams arrived at the new camp, he said: "I couldn’t believe my eyes! As I walked through the gate, a scraggly dog hit me square between the shoulders and knocked me over. I’d never been so glad to see the old girl!"

They spent a year together at that camp in Sumatra. "Judy saved my life in so many ways," said Williams. "But the greatest of all was giving me a reason to live. All I had to do was look into those weary, bloodshot eyes and ask myself: 'What would happen to her if I died?' I had to keep going."

Once hostilities ceased, Judy was then smuggled aboard a troopship heading back to Liverpool. In England, she was awarded the Dickin Medal (the "Victoria Cross" for animals) in May 1946. Her citation reads: "For magnificent courage and endurance in Japanese prison camps, which helped to maintain morale among her fellow prisoners, and also for saving many lives through her intelligence and watchfulness".

At the same time, Frank Williams was awarded the PDSA's White Cross of St. Giles for his devotion to Judy. Frank and Judy spent a year after the war visiting the relatives of English POWs who had not survived, and Frank said that Judy "always provided a comforting presence to the families."

When Judy finally died at the age of 13, Frank spent two months building a granite and marble memorial in her memory, which included a plaque describing her life story.

12/01/2020
The Dodo

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150-pound Great Dane falls in love with a tiny kitten 💞

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11/13/2020

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Cats were often mascots on navy ships during WWII. They kept the rodent population down and improved morale for the crew. Thanks, little heroes!

11/10/2020
DarkDynastyK9s

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That time kong first learned to swim 🥰🥰🥰

11/07/2020
OwlKitty

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I can't even with this cat 😂
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10/20/2020

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Cats with the most unusual markings 🐈

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10/03/2020

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Happy weekend everybody! 😊

09/14/2020
The Dodo

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This couple never expected their date night would turn into a kitten rescue 💗

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