Daily Archive: Thursday, April 6, 2017

An Apology Letter To All Of The Dogs Ive Wanted To Adopt But Couldnt

Theres been something on my mind for a long time now and its really starting to become a burden. Ive spent many long and sleepless nights tossing and turning in my bed, wondering what I would say to you if I ever had the chance. I know that you will probably never be able to

When Its Your Pet Who You Have To Let Go Of

I always knew that there would come a time when I would have to let you go. But today, while I watched you fight for your life, I told you, If it were up to me, I would have prayed for not ever. But that is not how it works. So I told you Id

Don’t Shame Me For Grieving My Dog’s Death

A few months after I moved to New York in 2013, I learned that my beloved childhood yorkie, Sapp, passed away. I was supposed to go on a date that night my first one ever since moving to the city and I felt like I just couldnt handle it. That was the text I got

This New Animal Shelter Wants To Be An Inspiration For The Whole Country

On Tuesday, animal welfare groupBest Friends Animal Society opened their first New York City adoption center, adding to adoption centers in Los Angeles and Kanab, Utah.The new shelter houses approximately 30 dogs and cats, and has a state-of-the-art kitten nursery and frosted glass kennel doors. Courtesy of Best Friends Animal Society commonly defined as a

He Reached Over To Help His Dog But Ended Up Saving His Own Life. Watch Them Reunite

You know that instinct parents have to throw out a hand and shield their kid in the passenger seat whenever they slam on the breaks? This man did just that to protect his dog, but the action ended up saving his own life. Philip and his four-year-old German Shepard, Jessie, were cruising down the I-17