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Lots of adorable animals and cute animals from everyone online. We keep this channel regularly updated with new pet articles.

This is the amazing rags to riches story of Tinkerbelle, who started life on the streets, but soon found herself walking the runway instead for top fashion brands. Tinkerbelle, a New York native, is a papitese (papillon-maltese mix) that was selected from a shelter by Ralph Lauren for their “The Dog Walk” print and video campaign to support Dog Adoption Month. Since her lucky break, she’s walked the runway from Levi’s, Converse, Hurley and Vivienne Hu.

We’d like you to meet Pablo and Picasso, two lovable rescue dog brothers that are a unique pitbull-corgi mix. The pair is named after the famous artist Pablo Picasso, with Picasso’s unique face reminding of the artist’s unique paintings. 💜Awww, one of these dogs is kinda goofy-looking😂. Ha Ha😂💜Pablo and Picasso are VERY sweet and VERY goofy in their own unique ways!💜We love these special brothers!💜 Picasso has some medical issues we need to work through before the boys will be available for adoption💜Please be patient as we've had hundreds of inquiries already from interested Adoptors!💜We want to thank BUZZFEED and Brad Esposito for the fantastic story on Pablo and Picasso!!! #BornThisWay #pitbullcorgi #wonkyface #rescued A post shared by Luvable Dog Rescue (@luvabledogrescue) on Feb 28, 2017 at 9:02pm PST Coming from a breeder that couldn’t find a buyer for Picasso, gave him up to a shelter.

A year after Jonah Hill brought his French Bulldog Carmela home, he still couldn’t stop gushing over her. He even had a whole segment about her when he was a guest on Ellen. In the clip he admits to how proud he is of her talents even if they’re normal, like waiting before eating a treat.

Elisa, a senior at a high school in California shared a tweet about a dog that went viral with almost 14,000 retweets: She said she’d see the dog on her way home from school, but generally won’t approach a dog at his gate in case he barked or was aggressive. After many days of seeing him peek under the gate at her, a friend encouraged her to pet him. When she did, they hit it off right away and have met regularly on her way to school.

Margot Robbie and husband Tom Ackerley introduce their new rescue puppy – Boo Radley.

New York’s 2017 Fashion Week would not be complete without a literal cat walk. The 14th Annual NY Pet Fashion Show presented by TropiClean at the Hotel Pennsylvania commenced Thursday February 9th with over 150 high fashion four legged models. Taking place ahead of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show, the show boasts an all-inclusive cast of animal models, made all the more apparent with the Kennels cat-controversy happening this year. “Global Couture for Animal Rescue” was the evening’s theme.

Actress and reality TV star Tori Spelling is known for her love of animals, sharing her family’s home with a variety of pets including many rescues. This includes dogs, chickens, goats, guinea pigs, hamsters, snakes, bearded dragons and more. On February 3rd, she announced on her blog she is now proud to add mini pig named nutmeg to her family, who is already loved by her four kids (who’s expecting her fifth child soon).

Juniper is one happy fox, so happy she’s attracted over 1.2 million Instagram followers to share it with her. She’s also very lucky because she was bred for her fur but lives with a loving family instead. Because she’s a domestic fox, she is also very tame, unlike her wild cousins.

If you usually spend your Super Bowl Sunday watching humans play football, you’ve probably been missing out on the Puppy Bowl! Read on to learn about the past and present of this four-legged alternative to the Super Bowl as it enters its 13th year. Great moments from past Puppy Bowls History of the Puppy Bowl Created by Animal Planet, the first Puppy Bowl was held in 2005 during the Superbowl and has been held every Super Bowl since.

French bulldogs, aka frenchies, are one of the trendiest dog breeds today. Their popularity has exploded over the last ten years in the United States, England, Australia and more countries. This is especially true in major cities where people want a smaller breed, making the frenchie the most popular dog breed in New York City, according to the American Kennel Club.