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Let It Rain Love: 19-Year-Old Photographer Takes Beautiful Shelter Dog Pictures To Help Find Them New Homes

By • Mar 26th, 2014 • Category: Animals, Cute, Latest Posts, Photography

Jessica Trinh, the talented young pet photographer who we recently wrote about when her golden retriever Chuppy passed away, is back with a beautiful series of images of shelter dogs that will make your heart melt. The images in her “Let It Rain Love” project are all adorable and sweet, but there’s more to it than that. By taking beautiful portraits of shelter dogs, Trinh aims to give each of them a fighting chance at being adopted.

Children Read To Shelter Cats In The Heart-melting “Book Buddies” Program

By • Feb 12th, 2014 • Category: Animals, Latest Posts

The Animal Rescue League of Berks County, Pennsylvania, is running a beautiful incentive program called Book Buddies where children volunteer to read books to sheltered cats. The program helps children improve their reading skills while also soothes the shelter animals.

It’s Not a Disney Movie: This Refuge in Arkansas is Home to 60 Animal Friends Who Hang Out Together

By • Feb 4th, 2014 • Category: Animals, Cute, Latest Posts

We’ve already showed you a collection of beautiful animal friendships from around the world, but there’s one little corner where there’s a whole lot of unexpected animal friendships all in one place. The Rocky Ridge Refuge in Arkansas is home to a huge bunch of animals, all of which seem to get along extraordinarily well. The animal refuge was set up by owner Janice Wolf 20 years ago to help both wildlife and domestic animals in need of medical care or new homes.

Shrek’s Amazing Rescue Story: Abandoned Dog Goes From Woods To Loving Home

By • Oct 31st, 2013 • Category: Animals, Latest Posts

Thanks to the help of a vigilant pet care clinic and a loving family, this mistreated pup, dubbed “Shrek” because of his monstrous appearance when he was found, has been rescued and has found a new home. When Shrek was found by Dr. Brenda Gough’s husband on their equestrian facility in Ontario, he could barely move. His thick, over-grown fur was caked with mud, his legs were covered in sores and a burr had lodged itself in his eye.