1. Look at this smile on Ivy!
2. Spencer proves that rescue kittehs are beautiful too.
3. HE’S FUZZY. HE’S LITTLE. HE’S ADORABLE.
5. They also look fabulous in a bandana.
6. They’ll always find a way to make you laugh.
7. Rescue dogs can be little and cuddly…
9. They’re all filled with tons of love.
10. CHARLY THE COZY CAT IS SIMPLY THE BEST.
11. The only thing better than one rescue dog is…TWO RESCUE DOGS.
12. These basset hounds have the cutest, floppiest ears.
13. This rescue kitteh is a true gentleman.
14. SO CUTE. SO SMALL. SO HAPPY.
15. They’re sweet and lovable.
16. 100% guarantee that they will make any picture cuter, just by being in it.
17. They’ll try their best to put a smile on your face.
18. Rescue dogs and rescue cats can be besties.
20. Rescue pups can have wondrous facial hair.
21. They’re always down to cuddle on the couch.
22. You can even adopt a (really cute) Triceratops.
23. They look adorable in cozy sweaters.
24. How could anyone resist this sunbathing cutie??
25. They have adorable, squishy faces…
26. …and the sweetest, prettiest eyes.
27. When you get a rescue dog, you might have a little less room in your bed (but it will totally be worth it).
28. MOST KISSABLE FACE EVER.
29. Rescue cats are the most handsome.
30. The cuteness of rescue kittens is unbeatable.
31. THEY ARE JUST TOO ADORABLE.
32. The face of a rescue dog might be too sweet to handle (but if you persevere you’ll get tons of puppy kisses).
33. Look at this lil guy and his magnificent ears.
34. They make great snuggle buddies.
35. You can rescue any kind of animal, but no matter what…their unconditional love and unstoppable cuteness will always prevail.
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