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Missing Dog Went On A Mission To Rescue Another Missing Dog

Louie, the 12-year-old sheepdog, sparked concern to his humans when he went missing. His humans were worried that something horrible had happened but, they would have never known that Louie was on a rescue mission...


h/t: Majestic Bunny

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Compassionate Arborists Rescue Cats From Tall Trees In Their Spare Time

Assuming you're a cat and you're stuck in a tree, Shaun Sears and Tom Otto are your best friends. Canopy Cat Rescue Is Here to Save the Day.


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This Adorable Rescue Dog Runs One of The Best Food Porn Accounts on Intagram

Popeye is a rescue dog from LA with a taste for indulgent food and trendy dishes.  And believe it or not, this pint-sized pup runs one of the best food porn Instagram accounts on the internet. Follow Popeye's culinary adventures here.

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Man Builds Cat Paradise For His 22 Rescue Cats

Cat lover, Peter Cohen, turned his Santa Barbara, California, home into a veritable theme park for his 22 rescue cats with dozens of catwalks, cubbies, hideaways and elevated spaces for their indoor adventures. The home is covered in them and his cats — Smokey, Vanilla, Poppyseed, Butter, Nutter, Coffeebean, Donut, Secret, Cheesecake, Chocolate, MiniBean, Climber, Mikan, Mango, Nugget, Smudge, Jupiter Jones, Blackbird, Cookie Monster, The Professor, Crumple and Rumple — spend entire days going on the kind of excursions many kitties only dream of. Cohen designed all the home's feline-friendly features himself, with his carpenters finishing the work, so it's an environment that both he and the cats can enjoy. Via: Adventure Cats


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A Woman Converted Her Garage to Make a Cat Rescue Shelter Organization

We are so used to hearing about rescue animal shelters and their facilities. But here's one we don't think you've ever heard of. A cat and kitten rescue shelter organization... out of someone's garage! And it's all thanks to Marilyn Harely from Maine who decided to do something… a bit unconventional.

Harley recently gave an open house tour of the newly remodeled Another Chance Rescue facility right out of her garage! The facility is located in Sanford, Maine and lets' just say, many were enthusiastic about the upgraded cat rescue center that once used to be a garage. A place where she once used to park her car,  Harely decided that cats and kittens were in need of warmth and shelter. Now, you might think that she finds kittens and cats homeless on the streets and takes them in, but actually Another Chance Rescue takes in surrendered cats and those from kills shelters in other states. The cats receive veterinary care and then are put up for adoption. Some get adopted quickly while others stay for a little while longer. But one thing is for certain, this is a no-kill facility!

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Rescuer Knocks Cat From 50 Foot Tree, Then Woman Below Catches Him With Net At The Last Moment
Somehow, poor cat, Casimir, found himself stuck in a tree 50-foot high. Stefan Brockling, an animal rescuer, arrived to the scene. Unfortunately, what was supposed to be a routine rescue didn't turn out that way. So Stefan decided to improvise.

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Posted by Cathy Stpierre on Sunday, August 6, 2017
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The poor little creature was probably super hungry when he stuck his head inside the jar with the hope of licking few last drops of peanut butter. But he didn't think how would he get his head out of it….luckily for him,  Two wildlife rehabilitators, Cathy St Pierre and Bobby Horvath were quick to come to the raccoon's aid and St Pierre uploaded two videos of the whole account to her Facebook page.

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Army Veteran Voluntarily Flies Dogs To New Homes

It's Up, Up and to forever homes for these animals! All thanks to army veteran Paul Steklenski. Steklenski, Schwenlesville, Pennsylvania is your average joe. The army vet, now and in IT, had spent most of the 90's as leading officer training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. In 2013, he decided to take up and hobby. He decided he wanted to learn to fly. And because of this hobby, Paul was later on to do something he was passionate about... rescue animals. 

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