I knew it…

…just when my hope grew, to be able to adopt a dog, this all got smashed, today.

Sure…two cats AND a dog would obviously be way too much! And think about the oh-so-expensive wood floor!

I’d really like to know, what they’d have said if I’d told them, I was pregnant. Two cats AND a baby is way too much???

No, of course not! Because a fucking all-night-screaming-baby is okay, but a good educated, adult dog is a no-go!

What a fucking shithole we live in…


Today I fell in love with a little Chihuahua.

My best friend and I visited a shelter, and that’s where I met this lovely little chocolate-brown doggie. We liked each other from the very first second.

The poor girl cried…I just wanted to take her with me, right away.



shamesluts:

miaredworth:

lloveuntilwebleed:

holymaimed:

ocean-zombie:

adopted her today, he has only one but its a gem - Imgur

She looks sweet. <3

aw wee hunny

AWWWWWWW

baby

shamesluts:

miaredworth:

lloveuntilwebleed:

holymaimed:

ocean-zombie:

adopted her today, he has only one but its a gem - Imgur

She looks sweet. <3

aw wee hunny

AWWWWWWW

baby

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jotter-journal:

Don’t feel bad for him, choose to adopt or rescue the millions like him today.
Let’s bring puppy mills to an end &amp; home the strays ♥ 

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jotter-journal:

Don’t feel bad for him, choose to adopt or rescue the millions like him today.

Let’s bring puppy mills to an end & home the strays ♥ 



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crueltyfreeisthewaytobe:

Animal shelter adopts ‘No Kill’ policy
JEFFERSONVILLE, IN (WAVE) - An animal shelter that’s been through its own challenges, is challenging the community. The J.B. Ogle Animal Shelter is partnering with No Kill Louisville, an animal rights group, to eliminate euthanasia among “adoptable” pets. The shelter is aiming to be no-kill by August 2013.
A no-kill shelter indicates less than 10 percent of the animals are killed. However, seriously ill, injured and/or dangerous animals are still put down. The city-owned and operated shelter will not receive additional funding but the Louisville non-profit promised to provide resources and support.
“I can’t do this by myself. I need community support. I need a little direction. So I’m partnering with them to expand our mission,” J.B. Ogle Director Sarah Green said. Currently, half of the feline population is euthanized. Green said most of the dogs are adopted.
When Green expressed her concern, No Kill Louisville’s President began collaborating with the new director. “She’s been working with the rescues to improve the shelter, to improve the quality of the care, to save pet lives and involved the community,” Jessica Reid said.
Green worked as a volunteer at the shelter prior to her current position. “Thanks to Sarah Green’s compassionate leadership, we will be focusing our organization’s efforts on helping her realize her vision of a No Kill facility. We welcome this opportunity to prove the No Kill model is not only effective, but that our community’s pet lovers are ready for it,” Reid said.
According to a news release, the partnership means No Kill Louisville will work directly with J.B. Ogle’s staff to increase adoptions through public outreach, new program formation, and volunteer recruitment; work to increase the number of foster families; provide fundraising support; and work to increase awareness and further development of the shelter’s spay/neuter programs including Trap-Neuter-Release for feral/unowned cats.

crueltyfreeisthewaytobe:

Animal shelter adopts ‘No Kill’ policy

JEFFERSONVILLE, IN (WAVE) - An animal shelter that’s been through its own challenges, is challenging the community. The J.B. Ogle Animal Shelter is partnering with No Kill Louisville, an animal rights group, to eliminate euthanasia among “adoptable” pets. The shelter is aiming to be no-kill by August 2013.

A no-kill shelter indicates less than 10 percent of the animals are killed. However, seriously ill, injured and/or dangerous animals are still put down. The city-owned and operated shelter will not receive additional funding but the Louisville non-profit promised to provide resources and support.

“I can’t do this by myself. I need community support. I need a little direction. So I’m partnering with them to expand our mission,” J.B. Ogle Director Sarah Green said. Currently, half of the feline population is euthanized. Green said most of the dogs are adopted.

When Green expressed her concern, No Kill Louisville’s President began collaborating with the new director. “She’s been working with the rescues to improve the shelter, to improve the quality of the care, to save pet lives and involved the community,” Jessica Reid said.

Green worked as a volunteer at the shelter prior to her current position. “Thanks to Sarah Green’s compassionate leadership, we will be focusing our organization’s efforts on helping her realize her vision of a No Kill facility. We welcome this opportunity to prove the No Kill model is not only effective, but that our community’s pet lovers are ready for it,” Reid said.

According to a news release, the partnership means No Kill Louisville will work directly with J.B. Ogle’s staff to increase adoptions through public outreach, new program formation, and volunteer recruitment; work to increase the number of foster families; provide fundraising support; and work to increase awareness and further development of the shelter’s spay/neuter programs including Trap-Neuter-Release for feral/unowned cats.

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queerslut:

intellectual-stupidity:

funnywildlife:

Are you my mummy!!
This black and white spotted lamb seems to think he is a Dalmatian dog. The lamb was born at a dog breeder’s farm in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. After being rejected by his mother he was quickly adopted by dog Zoe and the pair are now inseparable. The dotty lamb follows her around the farm and even sleeps inside the dog kennel.
Picture: Media Mode Pty Ltd / Rex Features

dying of cuteness

oh my GOD AHHHH

queerslut:

intellectual-stupidity:

funnywildlife:

Are you my mummy!!

This black and white spotted lamb seems to think he is a Dalmatian dog. The lamb was born at a dog breeder’s farm in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. After being rejected by his mother he was quickly adopted by dog Zoe and the pair are now inseparable. The dotty lamb follows her around the farm and even sleeps inside the dog kennel.

Picture: Media Mode Pty Ltd / Rex Features

dying of cuteness

oh my GOD AHHHH

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houseofangryhippies:

Mother cat adopts baby squirrel. Squirrel learns to purr. 


open-the-cages:

deescover:

Preach on! Please repost this!

Don’t breed anybreeds! The more puppies there are, the more will die! Adopt and foster until every cage is empty!

open-the-cages:

deescover:

Preach on! Please repost this!

Don’t breed anybreeds! The more puppies there are, the more will die! Adopt and foster until every cage is empty!

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getvegan2012:

rats-in-the-walls:

WOULD

Omfg awww! I would in a heart beat :/
I would so much adopt you! :)

getvegan2012:

rats-in-the-walls:

WOULD

Omfg awww! I would in a heart beat :/

I would so much adopt you! :)


cheshire&#8212;-cat:

vwcampervan-aldridge:

The younger dogs all fret and fuss
“Come and choose us, come and choose us”
But I just lie there in my run,
too old to be chosen by anyone
 
A little girl stops &amp; gives me a smile
I lift my head it’s been such a long while
But her mother says “no love, he’s eleven
It won’t be long before he goes to heaven”
 
So I turn my face to the wall again
&amp; try to forget the lonely pain
And I dream of a heaven where out of the cold
The angels will welcome a dog that’s too old.

This makes me so sad
This is also why I’d like to adopt elderly dogs

If it was only possible for me, to adopt a dog&#8230; :(

cheshire—-cat:

vwcampervan-aldridge:

The younger dogs all fret and fuss

“Come and choose us, come and choose us”

But I just lie there in my run,

too old to be chosen by anyone

 

A little girl stops & gives me a smile

I lift my head it’s been such a long while

But her mother says “no love, he’s eleven

It won’t be long before he goes to heaven”

 

So I turn my face to the wall again

& try to forget the lonely pain

And I dream of a heaven where out of the cold

The angels will welcome a dog that’s too old.

This makes me so sad

This is also why I’d like to adopt elderly dogs

If it was only possible for me, to adopt a dog… :(

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