PETA recently started an anti-hunting campaign called 'Shoot Selfie's Not Animals.' People were supposed to post pictures of support, but instead many hunters used the Facebook frame to show off their recent kills.
Just look at the beautiful coloring on this calico domestic short hair cat named Pip. Pip is our Animal Allies Pet of the Week and is waiting at Animal Allies for that special person to come and give her a loving forever home.
Maybe it's just me, but I've never seen a dog even eat vegetables. Or if they did, it's because they thought it was something else. My parent's dog Tiger loves vegetables. In this case it was slices of radish. Have you ever seen something like this?
Our Animal Allies Pet of the Week has got the most unique markings on her face! Her name is Molly and she is a beautiful tan and white American Shelter Dog Mix. She's a mere year and a half and looking for a loving forever home to grow old in.
Just look at those lovely pink ears! This is the second orange tabby in the last few weeks that Animal Allies has had as our Pet of the Week. Meet Bob. Ha! Bob, I love it! He is an energetic sweet pea waiting at Animal Allies for that special person to come and give him…
I love this orange tabby's name, Snacks, and I bet she would be a treat to own! She is a sweet girl with beautiful green eyes waiting at Animal Allies for that special person to come and give her a forever home.
Our Animal Allies Pet of the Week may be big with a tough name, but don't let that fool you, he's so sweet! His name is Hulk and he is a beautiful Silver American Staffordshire Terrier. Just look at his beautiful markings! The poor little buddy ended up at Animal Allies b…
If you've been holding out for a Siamese feline, today is your lucky day! Meet Snowball, our Animal Allies Pet of the Week. Snowball is waiting at Animal Allies for that special person to come and give him a forever home. Oh, and lots of head scratches!