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By MommaV
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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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Amanda says: "I rescued this little guy from my backyard.... my dog had stumbled upon him and had him in her mouth!! Luckily, I got there in time."

That baby bunny is very lucky indeed! We're all glad you're safe now.

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In February, The Monterey Bay Aquarium's Sea Otter Program found a stranded sea otter pup. They launched a rescue mission for the baby otter named 696 who will be cared for until he's old enough and strong enough to be released into the wild. The otter pup is getting stronger every day, watch his progress in these adorable videos.

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ladyjoker92 says Chase was adopted from an animal shelter and he had a pretty rough start to life, once we had him he was constantly hyper and a bit of a hellion. One day at a pet store some women came in dropped a 6 week old kitten at our feet and left so of course we brought him home. Chase immediately adopted the little fella as his own and has now calmed down immensely.

Via: LAist
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Prepare for your heart to explode.

An abandoned, 5-week-old sea otter pup was recently rescued in California, fattened up at a local aquarium, and is currently undergoing rehabilitation at Shedd's Abbott Oceanarium in Chicago.

She doesn't have a name yet - their currently referring to her as "Pup 681" - but, how about we just call her "Mine."

Look at this face!

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