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#Animal shelter

From TheJournal.ie Remember these hugging dogs? They finally have a new home Kala And Kiera

Remember these hugging dogs? They finally have a new home

The two pups were saved from being put down in July, but still needed a forever home.

From TheJournal.ie Hugging photo saves dogs from being put down Take A Break

Hugging photo saves dogs from being put down

There’s just something in our eye.

From TheJournal.ie If you’re going on holiday and leaving a pet behind, read this Getting Lost This post contains images

If you’re going on holiday and leaving a pet behind, read this

The DSPCA has some good advice for you.

A UK animal shelter is looking for 'kitten cuddlers' to hug its cats

We feel like they will find more than a few of them.

From TheJournal.ie More than £1 million floods in to support dog shelter destroyed by blaze Manchester

More than £1 million floods in to support dog shelter destroyed by blaze

The fire claimed the lives of 53 animals and a 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with it.

Irish people could learn a thing or two from these rain-loving elephants

These elephants love the rain. Love it.

Family lose dog during Hurricane Sandy, find it almost two years later in a pound

Hurricane Sandy hit in October 2012. Last week, the James family finally found their dog Reckless.

From TheJournal.ie 'Looking for a miracle': Kildare Animal Foundation launches urgent funding appeal Abandoned This post contains images

'Looking for a miracle': Kildare Animal Foundation launches urgent funding appeal

The centre hasn’t been able to pay any bills in several weeks.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin animal shelter 'completely full up of dogs, cats and bunnies' Animals

Dublin animal shelter 'completely full up of dogs, cats and bunnies'

DSPCA says it can currently only take in injured or sick animals.

Seven lives left? Cat survives two attempts to put her down

Animal shelter workers tried to euthanise Andrea the cat twice, then put her body in a fridge – only for her to be found alive.