Who’s got four legs, is all white with a few black spots, and is named after a famous Disney movie character? PONGO!

This extra sweet dog at Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter near Austin, Texas, wants nothing more than the love and affection of a person to make his life as idyllic as a Disney movie.

True to any cartoon character, Pongo will put a smile on your face as he happily greets you with his signature wiggle butt dance, and the smile will remain while you further develop a bond with him through training - something Pongo will excel at since he is treat motivated!

Pongo is patiently waiting for his new family to come find him. Don’t delay - there may be 101 Dalmations, but there’s just one Pongo, and he insists that he be your one and only. Just call 512-943-3322 or visit pets.wilco.org.

Thanks to WCRAS Longtime Lovables for letting us know Pongo has been waiting a long time and needs a boost! Let’s hit that reblog button hard!

Hi! My name is Cody and here’s my story - my person died and I ended up at the city shelter at the age of 17.

I was adopted out from the city shelter, but it wasn’t working out with the resident kitty. Fortunately my adopter knew about the amazing friends at @givemesheltersf in San Francisco, and they not only took me, they asked YOU to help me!

Can you share me so I can find a home that will keep me the rest of my life? I’m a lovable, sweet boy and I promise to give you lots of love in return if you take care of me.

Here are some things my foster mom says about me:

- I’m easy going
- I LOVE to lie next to my foster mom and sleep by her head
- I LOVE to eat and have a great appetite
- I’m a sweet companion
-I LOVE to have my head rubbed

One more thing you should know about me - I take a twice-daily medication for hyperthyroidsim. Good news, I take it in my food and it’s quite economical. Please give me a chance!

To meet me or find out more, email maria@givemesheltersf.org

Not near San Francisco? A reblog is worth my best head-bump! 🐾💕

Love, Cody

YIKES! I just found out I’m the longest resident EVER at the animal control shelter  in Athens, Georgia.

Hi, I’m Biz, and I asked my best volunteer friend why no one had picked me. She said it’s really just because everyone at the shelter loves me too much to let me go! AWWWW!

Then she admitted that was selfish and she ran right out and asked the Shelter Pet Project to feature me, and here I am!

As you can tell, I’m super-happy. I love to give kisses and play  with the other dogs at the shelter. I’m cheerful, affectionate, and playful. I have a great sense of humor and some pretty awesome ears!

I haven’t mastered that “fetch” game the humans like so much, but I can toss my own ball in the air and catch it all day! Also, when I feel like some love, I will just lie right next to you and plop my paws in your lap! BEST. THING. EVER. Guaranteed!

And when I know you have treats? Wait til you see my puppy dog eyes!

I’m two years old, healthy, neutered, and weigh 45 pounds of pure sweetness. To learn more or meet me, just email my buds at   info@athenspets.net.

Not near me? Re-blogging saves lives!



Hey there! My name is Jaxon and I am looking for a human who gets me! Yah know, just someone on my wavelength. I am a deaf fella so I would like to find a family who knows what they’re doing with a guy like me. Do you have a “spot” in your home and heart? Call the Humane Animal Treatment Society in Mt. Pleasant, Michigan, at 989-775-0830! And yo…. reblog me, please? Love, Jaxon


Look at my “now” picture… really look at it! Aren’t I shiny and good and pretty?

I’m Annabelle, and I wasn’t too shiny when I first came to Last Chance Ranch in Quakertown, Pennsylvania. I was on the streets and sick and injured, and couldn’t even walk, like you can see in my “before” picture. Fortunately, they saved me from a Terrible Fate, and now I’m healthy and perfect!

I love to play with my dog friends here, and snuggle in my blankets, and play fetch for hours! I love my volunteer friends, too.

But the days are dragging on and on… and my other friends get adopted, and I get left behind. I’ve tried to be more patient, but I guess I’m not very good at that.

Will you help me? If you live near me, maybe you could come see me and find out if I could be part of your family? And if you don’t… could you just hit that little reblog link? It makes miracles happen!

My friends are monitoring the email at pets@lastchanceranch.org in case you have any questions. I’m waiting to hear it say they have mail… hope in my heart and a wag in my tail!

Hurry! I love you!