For sharing today, I have some cute videos, a list of cat DIY projects, and a list of reasons to adopt an adult animal. Enjoy!
Check out this adorable video that was made at a shelter!
Fritz is trending right now and it’s for an adorable fail.
Fritz just can’t seem to catch his snacks.
The Today Show featured him and he has his own youtube station! Check him out! http://www.today.com/pets/golden-retriever-fritz-cant-catch-food-thrown-directly-him-2D80566149
I found a few articles on the internet that I really wanted to share with you all. First, the sweet story of Tito and second a huuuuge kitty cat.
De Rosa, is a 52-year-old man from Buenos Aires, Argentina, who runs an animal rescue center. There are 200 pets currently living at the shelter and the animal rescuer lives with 14 pets in his home. All 14 of De Rosa’s house pets have a disability due to birth defects or diseases, and the man believes that adding the two-legged Dachshund to his pack is just the right thing to do.
Read more about Tito and his new owner at http://www.lifewithdogs.tv/2015/02/man-travels-745-miles-to-rescue-two-legged-dog/.
Rescues can have a very upsetting background. They can start as pets that a family has changed their mind about or they can be a pup or kitten that has been tossed away because it was unwanted. The lucky ones become rescues and are cared for, adoptable (or adopted) and happy.
That’s what I want to focus on in this blog post- the positive and amazing transformation of a rescue that takes place when they finally find responsible, loving care.
Here is the video I saw that inspired this blog post:
Read more about this video at OneGreenPlanet.org.
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Sunday was a relaxing, quiet day at the shelter.
This is who greeted me when I walked in the shelter door:
Sweet, lazy kitties. Cat Mandu and Spooky were super friendly.
I logged myself into the Walk for a Dog app (wooftrax.com) and I started walking our sweet pups.
Hollywood decided he was going to ham it up for my camera.
And he was happy to show off his sit!
King also had his photo face on:
After I stopped my walk on the Walk for a Dog app, I was informed that I had walked 3.3 miles with the app (so far)!
And before I left the shelter I said my goodbyes.
Today I want to share a kind story, coupons, and a cute video!
First, this story is so awesome. Arthur (as this dog was lovingly named), a stray dog, found his person by joining a group on an amazing adventure.
In a heartwarming story tailor-made for the start of the holiday season, a stray dog followed a team of athletes throughout its grueling 430-mile adventure competition in the Amazon rainforest.
Read the full story here: http://www.pawnation.com/2014/11/24/stray-dog-follows-adventure-race-team-for-430-miles/