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Hammie the Bulldog Plays Mommy To An Adorable Litter of Foster Kittens

Last year Michelle Parden, also known as RorschachBulldogs on reddit, fostered a mother cat and her kittens in her Lincoln, Nebraska home where bulldogs “Honey” and “Hammie” already lived. Fearing that the dogs would scare the cat and kittens, Michelle separated the animals and slowly re-introduced them. Evidently her method worked very well, because as soon as Hammie met the kittens, they all fell in love with each other.


Who knew a wolf would like belly rubs so much!

Photographer Shelby Brower was outside at a wolf education facility in Cocolalla, Idaho when she noticed Maiah, a small wolf who wanted a little attention. Shelby was surprised to discover out how much a Maiah loved getting a belly rub.


Texas-based artist Ali Golzad created this highly detailed portrait of a do using recycled corrugated cardboard. “Lucy,” a piece commissioned for an anniversary present, is part of Golzad’s “Recycled Art” series.


‘Not A Bully’, Photographer’s Campaign Seeking To Change Opinions About Pit Bulls and Other ‘Bully Breeds’

Photographer Douglas Sonders has put together a beautiful campaign seeking to educate the public in hopes of changing opionions preconceived notions about pit bulls and other “bully breeds” with his photo series aptly named “Not A Bully“.

The term ‘bully breed’ covers 14 popular dog breeds including French Bulldogs and Boston Terriers. Two of the most popular domestic dog breeds in the country, Boxers and Rottweilers, are both designated bully breeds. Despite their popularity, many people still believe these dogs are inherently mean, aggressive, or even violent. Dispelling these rumors is the focus of Not a Bully….Many communities treat all bully breed dogs with extreme prejudice regardless of their temperament or personality. Shelters are crowded with loving bully breed dogs, cruelly limited in their chances of finding forever homes. Through beautiful portraits and inspiring rescue stories, Not a Bully hopes to eradicate the negativity towards these deserving pets and give them a fighting chance at a forever home!

The campaign was recently featured on the National Geographic‘ Cesar Millan: Love My Pit Bull, featuring dog trainer Cesar Millan who loaned his pit bulls Emma and Junior to the cause. Other donations can be made through various bully breed charities.


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