20 Pictures of Adorable Rescued Animals to Help Mend Your Heart

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Because the days are growing shorter and an increasing number of people are getting into the gloomy atmosphere that comes with autumn, it is only fitting that we do some warming up from the inside out. And whereas a pumpkin-spiced cappuccino and a slice of carrot cake will only do the job for a limited period, we know the soul warmer will last for the entire month.

Welcoming you to collection of rescued and adopted woofers, puppers, and all other critters deserving of a second chance in life is everything else in this collection. You’ll find some of the most heartwarming and reassuring tales of lucky pets adopted by loving families who couldn’t imagine their lives without them below.


I just wanted to share my rescue dogs before and after photos. I got her Monday, and She was set to be euthanized yesterday!

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This Cat Brought Two Others to our House

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We tried adopting one but couldn’t separate the sisters. Butter and Biscuit, welcome home

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Our Black Kitty, Solo

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He Got-Adopted

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Classy three legs, no teeth. I adopted a guy today

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Cutest-Puppy To Have Ever Existed

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Live Action Version Of Puss In Boots

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He always Sleeps Like This

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Her Name Is Mira

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Adopted and welcome Home Cleo

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One Happy-Rescue, Butter Has Only Been Home-Two-Hours!

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Shelter to Home

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Because “Black Cats Bring Bad Luck” No One At The Shelter Wanted To Adopt This Beautiful Main Coon. Meet Baba

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This Is Bagheera!

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Meet Maggie!!

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He was neglected, then passed to my friend and me. Fix You!

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I Just Adopted Him Yesterday

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Barking Cat

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Kitten Rescued From Bus Engine

“2.5-month-old Cal’s name is Cal. Because of ringworm, he’s sleeping in one of my bathrooms, but he’s not missing love, caring, or toys.”

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