Denver may be grinning, but don't trust her: It's a facade.
We'd say our pets are just like humans, but honestly, we know they'd take offense. (You know the drill: It's our dogs' world, and we're just living in it.)
We have a bit of a reputation for shedding a tear or two (or more) when we're reading about pets looking for forever homes.
We have a feeling we know what our cats do when we're at the office. Hint: It involves a couch and a lot of scratch marks.
Just a few weeks ago, she was dumped by the side of the road like trash.
Now, that same neglected dog named Gladys is on the road to recovery – and her story is sure to inspire many this holiday season.
Two days before Thanksgiving, Karen Herrera was out for a morning walk in Fontana, California, and discovered the unimaginable: a little dog in need of serious medical attention, left for dead in a tied-up trash bag.
"She was there inside the bag. She was scared and cold," Herrera told KTLA News. "I patted her on the back of her spine and she started, she was bleeding."
Santa must look at some Christmas lists and say, "Pffft! In your dreams."
Well, not that of Moko the bunny.
The thing most dear to this bunny's heart can be purchased for around 10 cents at most party supply stores – so even elves can buy these things in bulk.
Justin Bieber has lost a friend.
The singer shared on Instagram Thursday that his beloved dog, Sammy, had passed away.
"R.I.P Sammy you were the best puppy ever," he wrote, with a picture of his much younger, shaggy-haired self holding the small pooch in his lap.
Canada's CTV News reported that the pup, who lived with Bieber's grandparents, was a comfort to the star when he moved in 2009.
Pope Francis says you should be ready to meet your late pets at the pearly gates.
Continuing to show his more open approach to toward Catholicism, Francis recently told a young boy that all dogs go to heaven, according to USA Today.
Home. Some pets never have one to call their own. We'd like to help change that by introducing you to an extraordinary adoptable pet every week. Today, meet Humphrey, a senior pup living at the Mitchell Animal Rescue in Mitchell, South Dakota.
Earlier this year, Humphrey was abandoned at a pound and headed for death row. The Mitchell Animal Rescue scooped him up, cleaned him up, and is now working to find the pup a forever home in which he can spend his golden years. Don't let his looks fool you – Humphrey still has lots of energy. If you're not paying attention, he's been known to swipe good food off of a countertop.
"He is healthy and is still a silly, playful puppy," says spokeswoman Megan Luther. "He is housetrained, loves kids and dogs. He is a big, gentle boy, who loves to be with people."
It's safe to say that Pedro the kitten is down to eight lives.
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