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Submitted by Thomas S:
Bella is an awesome shelter pooch. She was sealed in a barrel with seven  other puppies and rolled off at a seed & feed store in Pocatello  ID. The local Pocatello Animal Shelter helped to save her, and she has  been my daily companion for three years now. Best girl ever!
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Submitted by Thomas S:

Bella is an awesome shelter pooch. She was sealed in a barrel with seven other puppies and rolled off at a seed & feed store in Pocatello ID. The local Pocatello Animal Shelter helped to save her, and she has been my daily companion for three years now. Best girl ever!

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A puppy peers through its enclosure at the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal  Shelter  in Tuscaloosa, Ala. hoping to be reunited with it’s owner. Many  animals were separated from their families during last week’s  devastating tornado. A constant flow of people searching for their lost  animals visit the shelter each day. AP Photo/Dave Martin

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A puppy peers through its enclosure at the Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter in Tuscaloosa, Ala. hoping to be reunited with it’s owner. Many animals were separated from their families during last week’s devastating tornado. A constant flow of people searching for their lost animals visit the shelter each day. AP Photo/Dave Martin

Submitted by getinmylife:

About 2 weeks ago I went to  an animal shelter not far from my house  and fell in love with Pepe  (brown &white) and brought him home to be  part of the family. Him  and Zippo are now best friends.
Pepe is only 12 months old and had been in the shelter for 3 months   waiting to be rehomed. How could anyone abandon such a gorgeous little   face? He is such a sweet little guy, he absolutely loves people and   other dogs.
I love that Pepe got a 2nd chance at life. If you’re looking to get a new pet check out animal shelters rather than pet shops

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Submitted by getinmylife:

About 2 weeks ago I went to an animal shelter not far from my house and fell in love with Pepe (brown &white) and brought him home to be part of the family. Him and Zippo are now best friends.

Pepe is only 12 months old and had been in the shelter for 3 months waiting to be rehomed. How could anyone abandon such a gorgeous little face? He is such a sweet little guy, he absolutely loves people and other dogs.

I love that Pepe got a 2nd chance at life. If you’re looking to get a new pet check out animal shelters rather than pet shops

Submitted by henryzhang:
I intern at small midtown firm that provides marketing,  communications, and fundraising services to non-profit organizations,  and one of our clients is the Northeast Animal  Shelter. Every few days, I update their list of cats and  dogs that are waiting to be adopted on Craigslist and two online animal  adoption directories. It’s always enjoyable (but also somewhat  depressing) to see pictures of cute animals and read their sometimes  cheesy descriptions.
Rene is one of my favorite dogs on the NEAS website that is currently  waiting for someone to take him home. He’s a 2-year-old, 17-pound  neutered Terrier Chihuahua Mix from the streets of Puerto Rico, and I  like to think he was named after the French philosopher Rene Descartes.  Look how adorable and handsome he is in this picture, trotting along on  the grass like a fluffy miniature pony! This is the description on  Rene’s page at the NEAS website:
“Hello, my name is Rene and I am from Puerto Rico. There are  three, no four very  important things you should know about rescuing a  street dog. First, I may need  help with housebreaking. I have never had  a family or lived in a home. This is  all new to me. Second, you should  never take me off leash. I have never had to  wear such a silly  contraption such as a leash and collar. I am used to running  free. It  is not safe for me to do that, this is why I was rescued. Third, I am   smart and an excellent escape artist. It is your job to keep me safe and  make  sure I don’t have any opportunity to get away from you. If you  give me one small  chance, I will take it. And last, and most important –  I will be the most loving  and grateful companion you will ever have.”
To adopt little Rene, call (978)-745-9888 and inquire about Rene (ID#  79732). To support Northeast Animal Shelter, click  here to make a donation.

Submitted by henryzhang:

I intern at small midtown firm that provides marketing, communications, and fundraising services to non-profit organizations, and one of our clients is the Northeast Animal Shelter. Every few days, I update their list of cats and dogs that are waiting to be adopted on Craigslist and two online animal adoption directories. It’s always enjoyable (but also somewhat depressing) to see pictures of cute animals and read their sometimes cheesy descriptions.

Rene is one of my favorite dogs on the NEAS website that is currently waiting for someone to take him home. He’s a 2-year-old, 17-pound neutered Terrier Chihuahua Mix from the streets of Puerto Rico, and I like to think he was named after the French philosopher Rene Descartes. Look how adorable and handsome he is in this picture, trotting along on the grass like a fluffy miniature pony! This is the description on Rene’s page at the NEAS website:

“Hello, my name is Rene and I am from Puerto Rico. There are three, no four very important things you should know about rescuing a street dog. First, I may need help with housebreaking. I have never had a family or lived in a home. This is all new to me. Second, you should never take me off leash. I have never had to wear such a silly contraption such as a leash and collar. I am used to running free. It is not safe for me to do that, this is why I was rescued. Third, I am smart and an excellent escape artist. It is your job to keep me safe and make sure I don’t have any opportunity to get away from you. If you give me one small chance, I will take it. And last, and most important – I will be the most loving and grateful companion you will ever have.”

To adopt little Rene, call (978)-745-9888 and inquire about Rene (ID# 79732). To support Northeast Animal Shelter, click here to make a donation.