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Theron Humphrey, a photographer who attained fame with his photo book, “Maddie on Things” – in which his coonhound, Maddie, was photographed happily perched atop things such as bicycles, skateboards, light posts, and more – has taken on a new project sponsored by Purina ONE called, “Why We Rescue”. Why …

Adoptable Pit Bull Boston is at the Second Chance Humane Society in Johnstown, OH. WomansDay.com recently asked Petfinder co-founder Betsy Saul for advice on adopting the perfect pet. We liked the resulting article so much, we’re sharing a few of our favorite tips (read the original story here): Get to …

Some questions in The Shelter Pet Project’s Pet Personals Our new FurKeeps section includes a link to The Shelter Pet Project‘s Pet Personals, a quiz that matches users with Petfinder pets who suit their lifestyle. Just for fun, I took the quiz to see what everyone at Petfinder has been …

Sometimes there’s nothing better to lift your mood than a cute cat video. So, when it came to our attention that one such video is of a Petfinder pet we just had to pass it along! (Check out more adoptable pet videos.) Stella is available for adoption at the North …

Read about Elvis’ healing powers in Eva’s own words. Twenty-one-year-old Eva Lapin of Beverly Hills, CA, suffered for three years with epilepsy. “I knew I only had seizures when I was stressed, but I could not figure out how to relax myself,” Eva notes. She soon realized that browsing on …

It’s that time of year again … time for the third annual Petfinder Adoption Event! On Oct. 27, eleven D.C., Maryland and Virginia-based shelters and rescue groups will join the Petfinder team for a day of adoptable dogs and — in an event first — cats! The event, which is …

Staffers at Pine Forest Animal Clinic. Pam is in the front row, with the dog. Last week, I had to interrupt the “Dog Wars” to jump up and down like I just sacked Peyton Manning on a fourth-down game clincher. One very special dog was adopted at a book signing …

Slide, adopted from Tabby’s Place I have been lucky enough to have the pleasure of visiting Tabby’s Place in Ringoes, NJ, in person a few times. Therefore, I can attest to the sheer beauty of it — both in aesthetics as well as its mission. Tabby’s Place opened its doors …