Reader Squee: Badger, the Pit Bull Dachshund!

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Reader Squee: Badger, the Pit Bull Dachshund!
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MommaV says: "My husband and I went to our local shelter looking for a pitbull to adopt and this little lady's personality really stood out to us. Friendly, but not overly exited, loving, but not too kissy. We brought her home and she quickly became part of the family. Just look at that squee little face!"

That is the happiest pitbull/dachshund doggie I have ever seen!

-Sally Squeeps

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Reader Squee: Melly's Rescue

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Reader Squee: Melly's Rescue
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Lohdrey says "Hi! My name is Melly and I was all alone in the grass, not even two months old, when a sweet girl and a kind boy found me. They gave me hugs even if I smelled bad, gave me water and milk because I was thirsty, and then they gave me to a really kind family. They are taking good care of me now. So just to say, it is worth it to stop and help a little guy like me... I'm really happy to be alive!"

Thank you for sharing your sweet, squee rescue story with us Melly! I'm glad you have a loving home now.

-Sally Squeeps

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Reader Squee: Lumpy The Wonder Dog

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Reader Squee: Lumpy The Wonder Dog
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Hailee says: "Lumpy was dropped out of a car and abandoned in a residential area where she came to sleep in our bare rose bed. We intended on only keeping her until her owners contacted us but no one ever came! Can you believe it? Now she is a certified autism service dog (and bed hog)."

That is a tragic story, but I am so glad it has a happy ending! Also that is wonderful that Lumpy is now able to help others in need; I think many of us are tearing up with heartfelt squees.

-Sally Squeeps

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Reader Squee: Rescued Barn Kittens

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Reader Squee: Rescued Barn Kittens
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Hanshamm7 says: "These kittens are thinking 'It sure is warmer in here than in the barn. Did you really want to use your computer?'"

That's one of the wonderful things about rescues, they take over your stuff as well as your heart!

-Sally Squeeps

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Reader Squee: Lucky

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Reader Squee: Lucky
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Katie Clarke says: "Found this gorgeous girl in a meat market in China. Rescued her before she became someone's dinner."

That is such a sad story!!!! We're all very glad you were able to rescue this dear puppy. Is her name Lucky? It should be...

-Sally Squeeps

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Reader Squee: Betty The Brindle Pug

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Reader Squee: Betty The Brindle Pug
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Horribilis says: "Here's Betty in Her Bed. Yes, my husband and I sleep in a dog bed. We found Betty at the animal shelter and lost no time adopting her. Best Dog EVAAAAR!"

Betty looks absolutely precious! I've never seen a pug with those kind of markings before.

-Sally Squeeps

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The Kitten and The Marine

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The Kitten and The Marine
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A story that will pull at your heartstrings - historical context for this squee picture below.

"Accepting her fate as an orphan of war, 'Miss Hap' a two-week old Korean kitten chows down on canned milk, piped to her by medicine dropper with the help of Marine Sergeant Frank Praytor ... The Marine adopted the kitten after its mother was killed by a mortar barrage near Bunker Hill. The name, Miss Hap, Sergeant Praytor explained, was given to the kitten 'because she was born at the wrong place at the wrong time'." - Korea, ca 1953