This dog is confused by YouTube; so am I.
Amber Valletta is an approximately 2 year old treeing walker coonhound from North Carolina, but she seems to be making herself right at home in New York City. In fact, she’ll give you an appreciation for some of our overlooked wildlife - squirrels be everywhere! Amber’s foster mom says that she’s super affectionate and just a delight to spend time with. “She’s so goofy when she plays, always tossing herself up into the air like an acrobat, in a floppy, sprawling sort of way.” Amber puts 110% into whatever she does but is so easy to get along with and likable.” She’s very affectionate and absolutely loves her crate.
In the video above, Amber’s foster mom showed her a video of some howling hounds - Amber was very curious.
If you are interested in adopting Amber, you can meet her at our adoption event tomorrow, Saturday, November 9th at NYC Pet on Driggs Avenue in Williamsburg from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Please visit our website in advance to fill out an adoption application.
Photo by Hilary Benas
best lipstick video of all time
this is the most perfect makeup video i’ve ever seen
i don’t think you understand, this is actually the best beauty vid i have ever fucking seen.
/gets out lip scrub, moisturizer and red lipstick
I opened this video and went onto the next page. Then I watched the video and went back to reblog this. It is SO GOOOD.
Signal boost, everyone watch this, Loretta Grace is the most.
Why can’t every makeup video be this good??
Sorry DuoLingo, I found a new way to learn Italian.
I’m back from summer vacation and so incredibly proud of everything Badass has been up to while I was gone. In the next few days you’ll see a recap post about our trip to the annual Canine Carnival in Syracuse, NY. We’re also proud of shout-outs from both MTV Act and the Brooklyn-based Greenpointers blog!
Our rescue community has faced some challenges too. Many of the Southern shelters we work with are overcrowded and with resources and fosters totally at capacity, heartbroken volunteers have had to stand by as great dogs are euthanized. When we heard about how this tough season has affected our friends in Florence, Alabama we wanted to help our grieving friends remember some of the many, many dogs they’ve been able to save. Danielle Malveal, who holds the distinction of being Badass’s second ever volunteer, reached out to the Badass community to request photos and videos of some of our Florence Alumni dogs and put together this video to say thank you to our Alabama friends and remind them to stay positive.
You can help Badass help our partners in the South by volunteering as a local foster family. The more great foster families we have, the more dogs we are able to save. If you live in NYC and are interested in fostering with Badass, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, contact your local animal shelter or rescue organization to see if there is a foster program accepting applications.
As always, we appreciate the many rescuers, volunteers, foster families and adopters who have made saving these dogs possible.
It’s a video Daily Badass post! Carole Lombard is so easy to love. Watch this video and you’ll see why! If you’re interested in adopting Carole, please email email@example.com
High quality photos and videos help our dogs find their forever families. If you’re a photographer or videographer who would like to donate some time to help us produce content, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
German guy confused by the meaning of “Party Pooper”.
THIS IS THE GREATEST THING I HAVE SEEN ON THIS WEBSITE EVER.
Did I mention that I have received a Ketchum Global Scholars fellowship and will travel to our German offices next Fall for a two week tour? I plan to clear up this misunderstanding while I’m there.
This video is so beautiful, we can’t help but post it right away. Chance has been fostering in Brooklyn with a great family, including Megan, our own volunteer coordinator. They love having Chance at home, but they also recognize that it’s time for this girl to embark on her happy beginning. So, Matt and Megan made this video as a love letter to Chance and to help her find her new home. If you are interested in adopting Chance, please email email@example.com or see our new website for more information!
Chance survived for nearly two years in a Georgia shelter, and she’s still sweet as peach pie. Available for adoption through Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue.