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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 We Rescue is a story-telling documentary that shares how shelter/rescue …

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 know your shelter. “Check out the policies, fees and attitude …

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 raving about. When asked whether I was interested in a …

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 Vancouver Animal Welfare Shelter in North Vancouver, BC. Stella is …

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 Petfinder relaxed her. Then, while browsing one evening magic struck. …

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 free and open to the public, will be held at …

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 and I was pumped! Not being in the dog-adoption business, …

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 in October 2003 and is able to care for almost …