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Nearly 200 Pets Rescued from N.C. Home; 15 Taken to D.C. Shelter

One of D.C.’s animal shelters got a big influx of cats and dogs after being rescued from a hoarder’s home in North Carolina.


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VIDEO: Uber, Animal Shelters and Animal Planet Delivering Adoptable Puppies Today

Ever dream of getting a puppy delivered directly to your door? Today, it’s a a real possibility.


Here's the money shot, courtesy of EBJunkies/Instagram.

Lurch’s Yearlong Search For a Dog May Finally Be Over (Photos)

The journey of Lurch welcoming a dog into the Poppa family has been an evolving one, dating back to July 2013, and one which may have finally reached its blissful conclusion Wednesday, thanks to the Washington Animal Rescue League (warl.org).


Washington Animal Rescue League Shift Supervisor Miles Gray pets a stray dog from Sochi, Russia, inside its 'doggie den' at the league's shelter March 27, 2014 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Most Sochi Dogs Ready for Adoption

Most of the dogs that were rescued from the streets of Sochi and are now at the Washington Animal Rescue League are ready for their forever homes.


Washington Animal Rescue League staffs unload stray dogs from Sochi, Russia, at the league's shelter in Washington, DC, on March 27, 2014. The league partnered with Humane Society International to bring 10 rescued dogs from Sochi, Russia, displaced during the Winter Olympics 2014, and to find homes for the animals in the US. AFP PHOTO/Jewel Samad        (Photo credit should read JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)

Sochi Dogs Arrive in D.C., Available for Adoption Soon

Ten of the stray dogs from Sochi, brought to light by American slopestyle skiing silver medalist Gus Kenworthy, have arrived at the Washington Animal Rescue League in Northwest D.C.


File photo of cat in animal shelter. (Credit: JUAN VRIJDAG/AFP/Getty Images)

D.C. Rescue League to House Hurricane Sandy-Affected Animals

About a dozen dogs and cats affected by Hurricane Sandy will be welcomed to the District by the Washington Animal Rescue League today.