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21 Animals That Support President Obama

All of these pets support the Obama-Biden ticket in the 2012 presidential election. They’re definitely the cutest campaigners that I’ve seen.

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These dogs believe that re-electing Obama is their only hope for repealing DOMA.

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This fish is a strong proponent of environmental protection.

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This dog gives up his weekends to canvass for the Obama-Biden ticket.

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This cockatiel has learned to say “OBAMA FOR PRESIDENT!” and “Hello, I’m a pretty bird.”

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This puppy posts signs for the Obama-Biden campaign.

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This cat proudly wears his Obama bandana to work.

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This dog oversees the Dogs for Obama PAC.

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This fish couldn’t be more excited about voting for Obama in November.

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These pups look up to Bo as their hero.

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This dog made his t-shirt all by himself.

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An ‘08 veteran, this cat is looking forward to a second term.

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This puppy wants his Obama bumper sticker to look just right.

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This cat is very serious about Obamacare.

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This dog is organizing a Hawaiian-themed campaign fundraiser.

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This goat is the barnyard contact for the Obama campaign.

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This cat is not afraid to express his political views.

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Unfortunately, this dog’s new poster didn’t fit in his doghouse.

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This cat raised over $15,000 phonebanking for Obama.

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This dog wants to tell you why he’s an Obama supporter.

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Unable to pay off his vet bills, this dog was grateful for the passage of Obamacare.

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This fellow plans to be the coolest dog at the polls.

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